Drawing from my research in evolution of pattern formation, this project seeks to examine how such principles from physics and evolution inform research in choreography and improvisation of moving humans.
Emergent patterns are properties and patterns that are seen only at the level of a group. They arise as a result of inter-individual interactions among the group members. Flocking patterns of birds, vegetation patterns, stripes of a zebra, etc. are all examples of emergent patterns. I explore this phenomenon through improvisational movement arts and visual arts and am working towards replicating it through computational modeling.
Originally developed as a solo work.
Please reach out if you'd like to collaborate :)