Canadian visual artist Laura De Decker develops computer programs to construct abstract images, videos and virtual three dimensional artworks. She draws on quantum physics and mathematics, producing Random Fur Balls through human-generated and random data. Repeating sequences are used to present information from an alternative view, translating time-based limitations of video into geometric compositions. In Peinture Noire, a source video of Herménégilde Chiasson is framed by two adjacent panels. These merge elements of the footage into otherworldly scenes, defying typical constraints of film.
Image Credits: Laura De Decker, Random Fur Balls (detail), (2021). Inkjet print. 41cm x 107cm. Quantum optical beam splitter random data and Big Bell Test human-generated data.