Reaction diffusion systems are mathematical representations of the behaviours of fluids that can be found in nature. A key characteristic of these systems is that the initial parameters are simple but the resulting process can be extremely complex. In LandWaves, pixel colours affect each other, line by line, from top to bottom. Frequencies of multiple oscillating sound waves are turning the brightness values of these pixels into sonic materia.
This piece started as an experimentation in gallery spaces, then transformed over several different digital ecosystems, questioning their hyper-capitalist nature and mediated affordance.