04 March 2011

Alexander Lysov



Alexander Lysov creates his pieces using computer software and mathematical algorithms modeling a complex system, that can be ordered or highly disordered. This system produce digital images with a certain degree of autonomy through the use of random or pseudo-random data that a ect or completely determine the outcome. Lysov uses the method of modeling errors and failures that occur in processes that use the program, introducing some amount of chaos in a mathematically exact result, giving it some autonomy. See more;

Lysov tells that in his projects he uses self-developed software, that can work with big massives of data and generate large digtal images (up to 3 Gigapixels). Images usually print on acrylic glass once. No additional copies can be printed. In installations he uses light sources controlled by microprocessor, video projection,re ective materials, etc.







All pieces are up to 150x300 cm size, direct print on acrylic glass.

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All pieces are up to 150x300 cm size, direct print on acrylic glass.