Klemens Sitzmann is an architect by training and considers form to be the primary carrier of information. Parallel to his professional career, in 2018 he developed a “drawing engine” that uses algorithms to generate shapes and patterns at an extremely high resolution. This technical leap allowed him to venture in the world of pure form and geometry. Shape grammar His works move at the interface of art, architecture and philosophy. Partly created by hand, partly generated by algorithms, the resulting drawings offer a speculation on the formal language of digital future. Klemen’s work was exhibited as part of an exhibition on neuroscience at the Charité in Berlin.
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