This design for an installation features a water driven CPU. The installation draws inspiration from the vastness and dynamism of the ocean, which can be viewed as a gigantic date processor that plays a key role in the regulation of the planet’s ecosystem. The installation reminds us that all life originated in the sea, making it a fitting muse for this piece. The blueprint includes a degenerator, elaborator, and regenerator, all working in tandem to create a truly unique experience. The constantly flowing water adds an element of unpredictable motion, giving the installation an ethereal quality. It explores the intersection between technology and surrealism by blurring the line between the real and the virtual world. Visitors will be taken on a journey through the imagination, exploring the possibilities and limitations of technology as a creative tool. The installation invites viewers to question their relationship with technology and its impact on artistic expression. The exhibit seeks to challenge conventional notions of art and technology, serving as a degenerator of the ordinary and a regenerator of the creative. Through a blend of surrealism, innovation, and Italian aesthetics, this installation offers a thought-provoking experience that will leave a lasting impression on all who encounter it.
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Shaharee Vyaas is a polyvalent cryptomathician. As such he likes to hover above the demarcation zone between Science, Art, and Religion. Where most philosophers perceive the language as the limit of our knowledge, the cryptomathic method crosses the language barriers and stipulates that the unspeakable can be expressed in paintings, music or mathematical equations. View all posts by Shaharee