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White Project / 3

A collaboration with Anass K. Benhachmi



[...] a confabulation of lines and points.


A willful indeterminacy.


[...] illuminating the potential interactions of a variety of agent systems – lines, points, vectors and invisible detractors.

Points eating into surfaces – corroding and decaying – or else accumulating in crevices as particles of some unspecified matter.

Lines roaming freely, or alternatively suspended within a triangulated matrix.

Surfaces fraying as though formed of matted hair or rupturing like compressed granite, forming delicate clefts and fissures.


[Listen; material conditions usually understood to be mutually exclusive are rendered plausible in the virtual environment of the computer.]