Geometric Motion


Inspired by minimalist graphic designs, this work is an exploration of combinations for simple geometrical shapes. The shapes slide under others, go out of view and reappear in an ever-changing canvas.

On a grid of 4 to 7 cells we place triangles, squares, and circles of different sizes. Their color and draw order are determined by their initial row placement. They move around freely inside the canvas indefinitely, showing a quasi-infinite number of combinations.

There are 10 possible colors, with 2 that are very rare that change the blend method to "exclusion" or "difference".

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Original artwork by William Watkins ยท Lyon, 2021

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