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Game of Space by Hiromitsu Konishi and So Sugita

Game of Space by Hiromitsu Konishi and So Sugita

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A piece of art that is created in a mathematical order after a regular grid of cells, using the program entitled ” Game of life “ invented by John Conway.

The project was designed first in 3d, at various scales and it expresses the phenomenons produced by nature rules when a new self-organizing system appears. The interesting fact is that during the time of designing, the computer generated architectural forms such as arches.

The model was presented at SICF12 (Tokyo, 2011) and Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art (Hiroshima, 2011).

Game of Space by Hiromitsu Konishi and So Sugita

Game of Space by Hiromitsu Konishi and So Sugita

Game of Space by Hiromitsu Konishi and So Sugita

Game of Space by Hiromitsu Konishi and So Sugita

Game of Space by Hiromitsu Konishi and So Sugita

Game of Space by Hiromitsu Konishi and So Sugita

Game of Space by Hiromitsu Konishi and So Sugita

 

Total Area: 2.97
Construction Period: 2011.04.25~2011.04.29
Exhibition Period: 2011.05.04~2011.05.05 (SICF12) & 2011.09.17~2011.10.10 (Hiroshima MOCA)
Design: Source Organization Network
So Sugita (Saburo Sugita Architects) + Hiromitsu Konishi
Photo: Kenichi Asano

Block form : 100mm x 100mm x 50mm

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