BROKEN CELLS

A series of cell-like structures that evolve from one basic organism. Variations are created by adapting and changing one set piece of code in an attempt to break its structure and create completely separate and unique visual structures to the original. By changing these basic variables the code is stretched and manipulated beyond its limits until it becomes visually corrupt and reaches its breaking point.

As the code is manipulated further, its structure becomes more abstract and complex; mimicking the motions of the natural evolvement of biological cell structures and showing more abstract and visually challenging ones in a programming version of evolutionary Darwinism.

Rebecca Thornton
BSc Digital Arts Computing