Procedure for measuring happiness of the ordinary modern fish.
copying scientific procedures – is that science?
tired of looking at science so I decided to make my own science.
science and chance
what is the added value of art in science?
A lot of things happened the last two weeks.
we had the RAPA week, a lecture from Lauwrien Weijers, studio vistit from Joost Conijn and the two day long hackathon. Got a lot of stuff to think about!
during al these events I decided only to learn Processing so I worked trough some of the basics. I didn’t built anything so, now we have a little bit more time, I’m starting to build something.
I talked a lot about what I wanted over the past few weeks and started to search the web. I found a really good “thing” that could be the ground to build on.
What really fascinated me was how natural things grow and are build. Is it predictable? Can we influence it to create new shapes? I know we can but can I do this?
I didn’t know where to start but I found the term “morphology” what seems to question and research the same fields as where I want to be in.
“Morphology is a branch of biology dealing with the study of the form and structure of organisms and their specific structural features. This includes aspects of the outward appearance (shape, structure, colour, pattern,size), i.e., external morphology (eidonomy) as well as the form and structure of the internal parts like bones and organs, i.e., internal morphology or anatomy”
I’m going to search for the book “metamorphosis of plants” from Goethe and see where it takes me.