One of the first of the pioneers of digital art to come from an artistic background rather than a scientific one. However he has stated that he still considers himself a perosn using scientific methods and mathematics for artistic outcomes.
Possibly explore the idea of algorhythmic expression as a digital language? New alphabet
An important aspect for is the transation from digital to physical seen here. One of Mohr's complex 4-dimensional shapes with is numerous planes is translated into a flat wall-mounted metal structure. Is the complexity of the shape lost? Is something gained by the physicality?
Visual composites of this piece are constantly evolving, the video is NOT on a loop. Although aesthetically juvenile compared with contemporary digital work, the concep and ideas behind it give it artistic merit. Possibly explore more sensory aspects. nb. Brian Eno did a similar piece at Harrod's/
Because the computer is not limited by the physical constraints of our universe it is possible for the computer to easily plot objects of 4 or more dimensions. What becomes difficult is then expressing this as a 3-dimensional or 2-dimensional image. In thes pictures shown Mohr usese the computer to randomly colour various planes of the multi-dimensional object to highlight the complexity of the object. It makes me think about firstly my use of colour in the work and also if I do exlpore these extra dimensions how I whil show them.