Following on from my recent generative work — Sequent 8, Sequent 9, and Sequent 10 — I have been thinking about the randomness element, and how this can be applied to my research area and incorporated into my practice. The phrase “random equilibrium” seems appropriate. An attempt to achieve a balance, and equilibrium between the principal actors in my abstract work (the fields that are the ambiguous figure and ground) but also incorporating an element of randomness. Looking at the physical and financial worlds there were two approaches to this that sprang to mind: Brownian motion and Dynamic stochastic general equilibrium.
With this in mind I picked up the brush pen and doodled the dichotomy of randomness and equilibrium; a stochastic environment.comments powered by Disqus