(Harold Fisk's meander maps)
(more links)
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* Basic understanding of generative coding
 
* Basic understanding of generative coding
 
* Basic understanding of self organisation
 
* Basic understanding of self organisation
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=== Inspiration ===
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==== Nature ====
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* Harold Fisk: [http://www.radicalcartography.net/index.html?fisk Mississippi Maps] (1944)
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* Daniel E. Coe: [http://www.oregongeology.org/pubs/ll/p-poster-willamette.htm Willamette River, Oregon] (2013)
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==== Culture ====
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* Alois Raimund Hain: [https://archive.org/details/mhaanderkreuze00heinrich Mäander, Kreuze, Hakenkreuze] (1852)
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* Owen Jones: [https://archive.org/stream/grammarornament00Jone#page/XV/mode/1up The Grammar of Ornament ] (1856)
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* koFactorLab: [http://lab.kofaktor.hr/en/portfolio/super-flexible-laser-cut-plywood/ Super-Flexible Laser-Cut Plywood] (2015)
  
 
=== Literature ===
 
=== Literature ===
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* Jeffrey Ventrella: [https://archive.org/details/BrainfillingCurves-AFractalBestiary Brain-filling Curves: A fractal Bestiary] (2012)
 
* Jeffrey Ventrella: [https://archive.org/details/BrainfillingCurves-AFractalBestiary Brain-filling Curves: A fractal Bestiary] (2012)
 
* Harold Fisk: [https://www.google.de/search?q=harold+fisk+mississippi&tbm=isch Mississippi Maps]
 
* Harold Fisk: [https://www.google.de/search?q=harold+fisk+mississippi&tbm=isch Mississippi Maps]
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==== Lines ====
 
==== Lines ====
 
* Tim Ingold: ''Lines: a brief history'' (2007) — ISBN 978-0415424271 (hint: [https://www.google.de/#q=Lines:+a+brief+history google it])
 
* Tim Ingold: ''Lines: a brief history'' (2007) — ISBN 978-0415424271 (hint: [https://www.google.de/#q=Lines:+a+brief+history google it])
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* Sam McElhinney: ''[https://www.dropbox.com/s/d4h2mh6kmg0tbu7/McElhinney-Labyrinths_Mazes_and_the_Spaces_Inbetween.pdf Labyrinths, Mazes and the Spaces inbetween]''  (2009)
 
* Sam McElhinney: ''[https://www.dropbox.com/s/d4h2mh6kmg0tbu7/McElhinney-Labyrinths_Mazes_and_the_Spaces_Inbetween.pdf Labyrinths, Mazes and the Spaces inbetween]''  (2009)
 
* Casey Reas: [http://10print.org/ 10 PRINT] (2012)  — ISBN 978-0819426529 or [http://trope-tank.mit.edu/10_PRINT_121114.pdf PDF]
 
* Casey Reas: [http://10print.org/ 10 PRINT] (2012)  — ISBN 978-0819426529 or [http://trope-tank.mit.edu/10_PRINT_121114.pdf PDF]
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==== Science ====
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* E.Gail Hutchinson and Janet M.Thornton: [http://peds.oxfordjournals.org/content/6/3/233.full.pdf The  Greek  key motif: extraction,  classification  and  analysis] (1993)
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==== Art ====
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* Anni Albers: [http://www.albersfoundation.org/art/anni-albers/weavings/#slide2 Red Meander] (1954)
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* Anni Albers: [http://www.albersfoundation.org/art/anni-albers/weavings/#slide7 Intersecting] (1962)
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* Anni Albers: [http://www.albersfoundation.org/art/anni-albers/weavings/#slide5 Under Way] (1963)
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* Wilson Thomas: [http://luc.devroye.org/WilsonThomas--Tramarada--2011.png Tramarada Font] (2011)
  
 
== Collaborative Drawing ==
 
== Collaborative Drawing ==

Revision as of 16:59, 8 September 2016

Meandering Curves

Introduction

About

This lecture provides an overview of the course and meanders through space and time.

Goals

  • Overview of the course
  • History of meanders in nature and design
  • Basic understanding of generative coding
  • Basic understanding of self organisation

Inspiration

Nature

Culture

Literature

Meanders

Lines

Labyrinths and Mazes

Science

Art

Collaborative Drawing

About

In this lecture we will draw curves using everything from paper to online tools.

Goals

  • Learn about algorithms
  • Learn about constraints
  • Design your own algorithm

Videos

Links

Random Walks

John Venn The Logic of Chance (1888)


About

In this class we will learn how to use randomness to create curves.

Goals

  • Learn to use and create functions in processing
  • Learn about random distributions
  • Learn about noise functions

Links

Art

Science