One-off, original ApeiroPattern generative art print, created with a unique run of code. Hand-signed by Alex Russell below and to the right of the main image. (The signature shown here is for illustration only). Title printed below and to the left.
Professionally gicleé printed in the UK using Canon imagePROGRAF printers and archival 12 colour LUCIA ink. The paper is acid-free Hahnemühle 310gsm Photo Rag.
Run date: 28 Nov 2020. Run number: 015. Sub-cell size: 660 px. Cell dimensions: 2 by 2. Sub-cell dimensions: 3 by 3. Run-time: 02 hrs 26 mins 18 secs. Number of library images: 960.
Postage and packaging details
Packaged rolled, in acid-free cellophane bag within cardboard tube.
Sent tracked, insured and requiring signature: UK £12.50 – Europe £15.50 – Rest of world £22.50 (costs are added in localised currency at Checkout).
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A Scheme Not Of This World
A Scheme Not Of This World is a collection of generative artworks. Created by Alex Russell, it uses a system called ApeiroPattern. The system has two parts. Firstly, there is a computer programme (code). Secondly, there is a library of scans of hand-made images. The code models a range of pattern-making and compositional rules. These are developed from methods used in a range of creative processes, including textile design, graphic design and fine art. When the code runs, it uses the rules to arrange the library images. Every new run creates a unique ApeiroPattern artwork.
The visual inspiration for A Scheme Not Of This World comes from maps and aerial photography, especially the abstract patterns within cartography or landscapes. The code transforms the hand-made content into complex images of imaginary topographies. Across the collection, there are also parallels with the idea of musical variation. The outputs play with the theme, sharing some qualities, yet each has its own unique identity.
You can find out more about the development of this ApeiroPattern generative art print on the A Scheme Not Of This World and ApeiroPattern pages. If you’d like to know a bit more about generative art, here’s a good place to start.