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Order, art, and the miscellaneous

Giulia Ricci’s investigates:

the shift between order and disorder within different systems, which is the reason why I recurrently use geometrical grids, although on a more abstract level I am also interested in systems of categorisation and lists and how these can be visualised with diagrams and geometrical drawings.

For example, take a look at these. I find them fascinating as they swim close to resolution but never quite make it.

3 Responses to “Order, art, and the miscellaneous”

  1. Yes … an order can grow out from miscellany …

    The drawings remaind my of cellular automata and lattice simulations – two incredible examples of the role of chaos in the creation…

  2. to be right

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