This project presents a unique exploration of geomorphological evolution, simulating tectonic fissures and surface alterations on the earth system across extended scales. The simulation takes remote-sensing imagery of landscapes affected by human-induced climate change as input data to extrapolate novel unseen geo-tectonic forms through simulating the effects of hydraulic soil erosion. The eroding patterns of formation in the work narrates the Anthropocene as a result of planetary scale computation, in which the Earth as a mega-archive, has been mobilised into a sprawling sensing machine.
Funded by Creative Informatics, the work contributed to the ‘AI Fashion Co-creation’ R&D project collaboration between Away to Mars fashion tech company, University of Arts London researchers Dr Shama Rahman, Professor Jane Harris, and University of Edinburgh senior lecturer Lynne Craig.
Generative Animations, Data Visualisations