Inspecting beauty in data and depicting the complexity of computational thinking, The ability to communicate your thoughts in a structured and logical way. This type of thought process is like the step by step instructions that are coded into a computer. It is also the process of thinking up and then solving problems in a methodical way that could be replicated by a machine. Software engineers, computer programmers, and logistics specialists use this method of thinking to solve problems. Computational thinking is a combination of advanced mathematics, algorithm development, and logic. The development of computational thinking involves considering a problem and breaking it down into single-action steps. Each of these steps is handled in the most efficient way possible. There is also an element of abstraction in computational thinking, which allows your child to move from a specific solution to a specific problem and generalize it to other situations. The result is a paradigm shift in thinking about how the world works.
My interest to start seeing an element of abstraction in computational thinking. The result is a paradigm shift in thinking about how the world works. My artworks also aim to evoke a sense of other-worldliness with its generative particles with unusual physics. This is a road to depict alien graphics apart from the usual style with the help of simulations with higher dimensional geometries that cannot exist in reality.
The idea of ‘storytelling’ with data is one way forward in terms of content beyond the typical depiction using words or visuals. This is my quest to engage people in stories beyond just looking at a picture and also delve into historical stories (data) by adding more narrative intent to it. With this, it’s possible to take data from almost anything we see around and use that to create an experience (story) which is live.
We are limited by our capabilities of human sense organs to create and experience art, So let's not blindly conclude on a definition on what art is, Art can be much more we don't yet know.
- Flat Arc