TOKYO   |   2021

 

Agents traverse randomly across a mapped out canvas unwittingly knowing that their every move is being tracked. They are part of an algorithm that is uninformed of their intentions, learns by watching them and attempts to give new pieces of information to consume based on their past actions.

The agents begin randomly switching between red, green and blue to slowly being segregated into three distinct classes over time. Viewing from afar the fringes of these segregations create new categories of secondary, tertiary and extra-spectral colour.