is an abstract artistic interpretation of raindrops falling on a window pane.
The idea for the work "Rain" came from the observation of patterns emerging from the random forms created when rain falls onto a window. As with LIA’s other works, „Rain“ begins by finding patterns from randomness/chaos in the natural environment, and then explores, extends, changes and abstracts these patterns via software to create a continuously changing visual output.
In the context of this exhibition at Kunsthaus Graz, the work „Rain“ is presented in several ways: first, in the form of a wall-mounted box/frame where inputs can be given to change the formation of patterns; second, in the form of a projection which autonomously moves through all the possible input states; and third, in the form of digital prints captured from visual moments selected by the artist.
Software: LIA; Enclosure design and electronics: Damian Stewart
video soundtrack: nn - transmitier 1 (qnb001)