Yellow Simulation is a composition of 49 computer generated images. The individual prints are made using a program called “Automatic Sketch Artist” with compositional data set to favor “yellow”. The presented prints show only examples of the process “yellow”. These moments, taken from a dynamic image can never fully describe the algorithmic process but only simulate it. A peculiarity of “Yellow Simulation” is the non-chronological order of the prints. As the composition is set for a dynamic aesthetic, it became necessary to find a complimentary static composition. “Yellow Simulation” therefore does not show a simple sequence of moments, but rather a specific static composition.
- Gerd Struwe, Germany, Interim director Volks Hochschule Leverkusen. sim-science.de