Been catching the exhibition of Darell Viner's early 1970s computer art. Structures and Iterations, so Quartz Composer and a whole load of other programs, vvvv, Processing and similar applications. Also the mismatch between human and [man-made] machine.
I'm liking all the more the ironic contrast in Quartz Composer between the pure, perfect code and the resulting output , which, unless calculated offline for each and every frame, results in a best efforts [pretty good efforts and brilliant results BTW] to render the coded instructions of the composition.
Audio track - Dsobligeant - Copyright: Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/
Composer: John Badger
The composition, still a work in progress, produces audio reactive graphics through several OpenCL kernels. Although I like the two tone, textured feel of the resulting composition, I'm definitely going to be exploring the creation of sympathetic and also pretty arbitrary colour structures to further develop the mesh being rendered. [Along with a whole host of other kernel chaining instructions].