Trip into space filling curves
The first collection in the series dives deep into the ideas of space and its ambivalence for human existence. Atara and Geneticchain are bringing a unique collection to life that will feature bold shapes and color and subtle differences between art pieces, inspiring collectors to ponder the deeper meanings of being human. Creating a trance-like state by looking and getting lost in the art allows enthusiasts and casual cosmonauts of more profound levels of the human experience to assemble. It is forming a community and getting to the childlike state of wonder needed to grasp the concepts of the human condition in the multiverse.
The basis for the collection is the work of German mathematician David Hilbert. His discovery of his type of space-filling curves in 1891 inspired Atara to explore its unique, fractal properties. With a Hausdorf dimension of precisely two, this piecewise linear curve fills all of the space in any dimension if subdivided long enough. Curves like this reflect the eternal search for truth in the universe. Every spectrum, the one-dimensional range of sound, the two-dimensional canvas of a picture, and the three-dimensional extents of a sculpture are all taken by the one formula, the one curve, to fill them all with life.
Anchored on the Hilbert curve as a concept, Atara defines different distance fields to represent the curves best in this medium of procedural art. From there, a hallucinatory play on colors connects the human psyche and the mathematical concepts, creating a trip solely induced by the idea of space itself.