/ Plots / 152 "Warp Glitch 01"


This is a fresh experimentation of noise domain warping with glitches. As many of my previous plots, this is a 2-pass spiral parametric function, displaced with perlin noise warpped into each other (see "domain warping"). The spiral ends up being unstable and "breaks apart" with intentional glitches: the line is stopped as soon as two datapoints are to far from each other, as a spiral get bigger and bigger it inevitably ending up breaking apart completely in various places which combined with the parametric function makes some sort of humanoïd shape!

I sent some video while it was getting plotted. It started from the middle and the beginning is quite interesting and could itself be made a standalone. All of these are very exploratory and may be revisited later!

As a generative plotter artist, I use code to generate art (creative coding) and physically create it with pen plotters, which is itself a generative process – each physical plot is a unique variant. I love dualities, like digital vs analog physical, abstract vs figurative, orthogonal vs polar, photo vs noise,...