Supersurface A is a series of graphical works produced as a study into volume, rhythm and surface. The generative graphics are composed of a field of lines subject to deformations through the placement of attractors at different points in space.
The concept of spatial order arising through activators and inhibitors comes from developmental cell biology, in which pattern creation arises out of a reaction-diffusion dynamics, first formulated by Alan Turing in his landmark paper on morphogenesis.
The term supersurface was introduced into architectural discourse by Superstudio, but has later been associated with morpho-ecological (ME) architectural practice.
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