Architecture of Association (with Daniel C. Howe)
Generative Video / Text
The Architecture of Association is a large-scale, generative artwork that draws associative links between media elements to form an evolving visual collage. A distributed flow of image, video and poetic text is "intelligently" distributed over a number of display surfaces. As the work is emergent in nature, it does not repeat sequences of images or texts but instead dynamically generates a continuously recombinant network of associations. In 1995, Seaman coined the term 'Recombinant Poetics' to articulate a set of generative virtual worlds.
Daniel C. Howe
RENCI, Chapel Hill, NC
Dans La Nuit Des Image, Paris, France
MIS Musem, San Paulo, Brazil