hidden image of the spring thing

photo and manipulation (a spring abstract) by griffith lighton

The pattern (the colorshape) is a mathematical function — an inverse square.

The “method yield” shows a hidden image (some assembly required).

We can say that the image is unnatural (the product derived is not self-assembled, although I did assemble the derivative myself in the pursuit of its naturally aesthetic value, which is, again, a square of the function).

The image derived was already there (it was always there, inversely squared, in the form of a probability, in the futures now), hidden in the apparently random pattern (the naturally creative aesthetic, which includes the curiosity) of its existence.

(See The Added Identity, by griffith lighton, published on WordPress.)


About griffithlighton

musician-composer, artist, writer, philosopher and political economist (M.A.)
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