quantum random number theory (10,000) [version 4 of 10]
2009
giclée print, 30.48 x 30.48 cm
quantum random number theory (close up photo of print)
2009
giclée print, 75 x 75 cm
photo: sarah weinstock
k bits (detail)
2009
(from work in progress)
quantum random number theory (k crystals squared solid)
2009
giclée print, 75 x 75 cm
quantum random number theory (k crystals squared transparent detail 1)
2009
giclée print, 35 x 50 cm
quantum random number theory (k crystals squared transparent detail 3)
2009
giclée print, 35 x 50 cm
group theory
2012
giclée print, 40 x 40 cm
group theory [detail]
2012

group theory (reduced)
2012
giclée print, 40 x 40 cm
dots 1.2
2009
ink on paper (from work in progress)
dot 1.3.10
2009
ink on paper (from work in progress)
line 1.1.10
2009
(from work in progress)
quantum random number theory (edges 1.1)
2009
giclée print, 40 x 40 cm
quantum random number theory (dots concentric 1 inverse)
2009
giclée print, 50 x 50 cm
quantum random number theory (forms)
2015
pencil on giclée print, 75 x 75 cm
quantum random number theory (forms) [detail]
2015
pencil on giclée print, 75 x 75 cm
quantum random number theory (forms) [detail]
2015
pencil on giclée print, 75 x 75 cm
this project started as a stream of random numbers, the 1's and 0's that made up the data were visualised as a grid of dots.

the dots were fragmented by taking low resolution screen shots and layering these into composite images
colours were incorporated into the images by masking photos of kylie minogue with the black and white random dots

a parallel strand of work involved dripping ink on to paper in random positions on a grid and scanning in the dots, which were then compiled and composited as outlines.
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