My love of physics predates my love for generative systems. This piece explores the compositional beauty that can arise from particle collisions in the subatomic space. The aesthetic is based on bubble chamber photography: the paths of particles are traced and photographed as they split and collide.
The primary particle travels at extreme speeds, looping around until it collides with another particle. The resulting explosion is traced out and interesting events are highlighted. Some of the particles shoot off at incredible velocity, and others spiral tighter and tighter until they blink out of existence.
This is a study in composition.
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