For example, rotating and rearranging flowers on Photoshop could add a new meaning in art.
Both artists use a similar technique to display their skills. They use computer programs like Photoshop to create and alter figures, shapes and sometimes images of real persons. However, their work is quite different to one another. Golan Levin uses data to visualize things on computer software Joshua Davis maps the drawings onto a computer.
Holism is referred to parts of data that is summed up into a whole. It establishes that the whole is greater than parts as a whole helps to give a better and clearer picture. The creativity of both the artists relies on the whole, which is showed through parts of pictures, figures or data of any sort. Sometimes data is too complex to be analyzed by traditional applications because of the size and magnitude of it. Such types of big data are broken into parts, just like shown in the art of Golan Levin and Joshua Davis and then analyzed after being arranged.
One really interesting work by Golan Levin shows the visualization of data in terms of music. Music is displayed in the form of shapes that changes as the beat, rhythm and volume of the music changes. For example, a triangle would become bigger if the volume of the music is raised (Levin 0 min. 33 sec.). The artist might have tried to experiment with the music stabilizer that shows the velocity of volume and bass in music. It is not something new as mostly we all know or have seen a music stabilizer. It is an instrument that indicates how high or low the music is playing on rhythm and base. However, Golan Levin adds creativity by combining music with shapes.
In order to recreate the project, I would use a computer and some software to make changes on one of the current projects by Golan Levin. I am interested in experimenting with the hidden world of noise and voice project of his in which he uses different shapes to indicate music. I would like to replace