Floccular Portraits (1999). In the Floccular Portrait system, filaments drawn by the user of Floccus are buffeted by forces derived from a hidden but underlying photograph. Light-colored filaments are attracted to bright regions of the photograph, while dark filaments are attracted to dark regions.
'I used these simple rules to coalesce piles of casual scribbles into several portraits of my colleagues. The results are wispy, organic and sometimes unsettling transformations: chiaroscuros in hair.'
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