Binary City is a conglomerate of geometry. A composition of known and unknown shapes, playing with the notion of function and scale. Potentially in cyberspace, potentially in a machine vision domain, nobody can truly tell which environment it belongs to and where it really came from. Maybe from the future, maybe from the past. Binary City renders the function abstract and exists as a family and interplay of various forms.
A composition that floats freely in space, characters represented by geometry. Proto-Architectural in its nature, the composition seems merely driven by subconsciousness rather than a controlled methodology. An Interplay of form and shapes, Binary City leaves the viewer guessing about its origin of it.
8.000 x 8.000 pixel
printed on Alu-Cubond Butlerfinish