Inspired by Kandisky's compositions and dadaist randomness "Zero" is an abstract digital painting that uses procedural creation code that switches the image every few seconds.

Although this is a 2d image, it has depth on its patterns, giving it a third dimension, it changes according to time, giving it a fourth dimension and it changes according to different probabilities, giving it its final fifth dimension.

Zero's possibilities are finite, however, since it has 1.35525272e46 different paintings in it, it makes it impossible for anyone to see all the options in it.

The image is programmed to change every 3 seconds, but you can change that to a minute by hitting ENTER, or back to 3 seconds by hitting it again.

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Enzo Gaiero / Frenzied Platypus

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