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Wave patterns study #1, 2016

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Pencil and fish-glue tempera on archival paper, 9 colors, 104 x 147.3 cm (hand-made)

D65 series #7, spectrum & light spots, 2014

D65_7 adrien lucca

Probably the last piece of the D65 series.

Paints and inkjet print side-by-side

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printing

papier1

papier2

papier3

papier5

papier6

D65 6.2, in progress: around half-way

 

D65 6.2 progress C0

 

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D65 6.2 progress C4

Working a lot those days, I’m about to reach the half of this piece. A 3rd one will follow.

 

D65 6.2 progress C1

D65 6.2 progress C2

D65 6.2 progress C3

Large Green expansion #1

green expansion 21 12 2013 01

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D65 n°6: the system

12 10 2013 system

 

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An overview of the Turquoise territory, next to it: Magentaville

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How does this drawing works?

There are +-20 different colors that occupy several triangular or quadrangular zones of the construction. In general (but there can be exceptions, each color is present in more than one zone.)

In each of these zones, the amount of color varies from a minimum to a maximum, when the minimum is ZERO, it’s the end of the color’s territory.

12 10 2013 frontier

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The “border” between Turquoiseland and Cinland: each color is absent

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Below are 3 examples of such territories: Cinland (the land of Cinabre Cadmium Red), Magentaville (the “town” of Magenta, very small), Turquoiseland (another big territory, Cobalt Turquoise Blue).

12 10 2013 cinland 12 10 2013 magentaville 12 10 2013 turquoiseland

For the curious ones, the colorsystem is a modified CIE XYZ

D65 n°6: done with cobalt violet

D65 6 A LUCCA 11 27 13 done with pnik

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down: “cobalt pink-violet”

D65 6 A LUCCA 11 22 13

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About to finish the 1st layer of color, each triangular or quadrangular zone will contain 4 colours, “cobalt violet brilliant” (a high-chroma bluish-magenta pigment) has to go first because of its insane capillarity (over other colors it bleeds out).

strange attractors w/ plotter

stange attractor lorentz a lucca 03 18 June 2013

stange attractor lorentz a lucca 04 18 June 2013

stange attractor lorentz a lucca 01 18 June 2013

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Is this interesting? I don’t know, I am not sure.

The thing that is interesting, however, is the precision of the plotter to make points. Strangely enough this plotter’s very bad at making lines with a correct angle, circles, curves, but is very precise when I ask points…

These fragments of chaotic structures are computed with the Lorentz “strange attractor” system of equations:

D65 n°5 half-way

A LUCCA D65 5 half 17th June 13

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2nd slice (in progress, 3 triangles left)

adrien lucca D65 5 12 JUNE 13 img01

adrien lucca D65 5 12 JUNE 13 img02

No time and no point to explain what these are now, I’ll do when it’s finished.

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D65 n°4, four solutions, 2013

D65 4 HIRESbeta LUCCA

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A study for new graphic solutions.

 

Stencils

A LUCCA STENCILS FEB 13

A LUCCA STENCILS II FEB 13

A LUCCA STENCILS III FEB 13

A LUCCA STENCILS IV FEB 13

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tests

prototype stencil tests 1 a lucca 8 Feb 13Y

prototype stencil tests 2 a lucca 8 Feb 13Y

prototype stencil tests 3 a lucca 8 Feb 13Y

prototype stencil tests 4 a lucca 8 Feb 13Y

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