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Concepts in Generative Art, Data as Art and Computational Aesthetic...


I think that between initializing a program calculations and composition

automatic fine art is a great psychological distance.

It is still possible to result in many compositions artistic effects.

  Then these compositions will be chosen by the artist initiator of the program.


It seems that being is the result of creation step by step, each cell takes its place and function

imposed by symbiotic harmonization for survival


We could discuss a freewill elementary in the situation the artist who performs the art.


For example in music the composer find the desired melody returning

several times to note beforehand, to be satisfied with his artistic sensitivity,  

which exists in its psyhical structure


I set the rules for Dioptical-bioptical art, such as the artist to find in the same way

the image as a product of his artistic intimacy,

including the possibility that the artist be constantly in sensorial contact

with the composition that he works.


I wrote about aleatory states in fine art:

See links:

The aleatory and the inflation of ideas

Aleatoriul si inflatia de idei 

Psychical satiety in affectivity

 And :

Links; Crystals and Abstract Compositions

 Crystals and Abstract Compositions   Digital images from microscope with polarized light; comments. Olympus presents an exhibition (galle…

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       Polarized Light Digital Image Gallery - Olympus Microscopy ... 




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