Natural processes are computational at their very core, and like atoms, gravity, electricity, the sun, the moon, and the big bang, computation tells part of our cosmological story.

The "spaceplant" series expresses this "computational beauty of nature" (a phrase borrowed from Gary William Flake's book of that title) through a lo-fi simulated garden. This garden has been grown by collecting, curating and nurturing algorithmic specimens that inhabit a space both cellular and planetary. A symphony of particle forces orchestrates the form and interaction of the simulation, tuned to cosmological constants by the artist.

49 kB of compiled JavaScript. Code written 100% from scratch with no dependencies. Mouse interactive.

Dutch auction at 18:00 UTC, Mar 4 2020, starting at 80 tez and going down to 15 tez.

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