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“structural condensation”  nov. 2013  (english version first)
looking back at my accomplishments over the last years, i recognise apart, from various formal approaches, a continous drive for structural condensation.
for structural condensation up to a point where the shapes begin to apparently depart from their usual meanings and are not clearly perceptible anymore.
In this structural void an entirely new pattern for composing comes into being – an abstraction of fissuring and reformation.
seen in a sober and technical manner, one may perceive the eternal balancing of meaning, magnitude, colours, shades and properties in order to make out a sound in this ravaged chaos.
most like to walking a tight-rope with concrete and depictive dynamics on one side and the white noise of ambientesque or tranceesque rhytmical harmony on the other.

“structural condensation” (holger lippmann, oktober 2013)
wenn ich auf meine arbeit der letzten jahre zurückschaue, sehe ich neben vielen unterschiedlichen formalen ansätzen ein durchgehendes interesse nach dichte. das immerweitertreiben von struktureller verdichtung, bis zu einem punkt, an welchem die formen scheinbar ihre erkennbaren ordnungen verlieren, oder gerade noch erahnen lassen.
zurück bleiben spuren von verwüstung, welche in sich neuartige kompositionelle raster enstehen lassen, eine abstraktion der zerklüftung und neuordnung.
genauer betrachtet ist es das ewige ausbalancieren der wertigkeiten; grössen, farben, richtungen…, um innerhalb dieser zerschredderten pixel-felder einen klang zu finden. ein seiltanz zwichen gegenständlich, erzählerischer bilddynamik, und einem amorphen rauschen, eines ambient- oder trance-artigen, rhythmischen gleichklanges.

 

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wave

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quantum_wave (2016)
made with code (processing), based on different noise functions
vector 4 print Details »

SeaGrass I

SeaGrass 1 (shortPreview) from holgerlippmann on Vimeo.

SeaGrass 1, 2016, 7:25min, loop  (1 min excerpt)
made with code (processing), using different noise and particle functions

FURFROLIC (hair field series)

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FURFROLIC (hair field series), 2016
made with code (processing)
vector 4 print Details »

NoiseWave IX “TœrnToGotland”

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NoiseWave IX “TœrnToGotland” (2015)
made with code (processing)
vector 4 print Details »

NoiseWave VII

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NoiseWave VI (2014-2015)
made with code (processing)
vector 4 print Details »

ISO cube

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ISO cube (02), 2014-15
15 cm
realized with code (processing, based on volumeutils by toxi) and different freeform modeling.
printed via makerbot, casted into brass Details »

nugget (04)

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nugget (04), 2014-15
30 cm height
realizes with code (processing), based on volumeutils by toxi
printed via makerbot (2 parts), casted into brass

 

 

magnetic twist

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magnetic twist (199, 26, 12, 55, 191)  2014-15
26 -46 cm height, PLA print

magnetic twist sculpture work series, modeled using different alrorithmic based functions, such as: twist, noise, freeform, taper,…
printed in PLA, using makerbot replicator2
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brickWarp (III) 2015

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yet another surprising programming error result;
layering two different warps over each other,
with different color maps and different x-, y-noise values + some random holes, to fork into one another…

vector for print / made with code (processing) Details »

noisewave V

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noisewave V, 2014-15 – another perlin noise based generative work series,
noise based rotating square shapes within a distorted linear row/column matrix.
using different color arrays forking into each other.
vector for print, made with code (www.processing.org)

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NoisyLineScape

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using perlin noise to generate a bezier row matrix
vector for print
inspired by diana lange “homage à Long lost drawing”
http://www.openprocessing.org/sketch/147750

made with code (www.processing.org)
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