Ashley Zelinskis hexadecimal sculptures
At the end of September, 2013 the International exhibition under Maker Faire title took place. It took place in New York (USA). At an exhibition of inventions such tremendous copies as known Mona Lisa’s image which was coded by means of the computer, "golden ratio", a chair from the 16th codes were presented. And there is more to come!
At an exhibition the project of designer Ashley Zelinski (Ashley Zelinskie) in which development were involved 3д printers also was presented. For creation of sculptures of Ashley used binary and hexadecimal codes. Many people perceive numbers and numbers as abstraction, but actually for the COMPUTER these numbers represent real language.
Ashley Zelinski explains that the computer does not perceive binary codes as abstraction. Binary codes are put in base of his "thinking", "outlook". Sculptures of the creative designer also are not abstraction. They represent geometrical figures or pieces of furniture (chair). After all, they are made directly with the help of «computer language». Thus, the unique and difficult structure is created.
The project in what Zelinsky made a chair by means of the 16th code became the first attempt to stretch "bridge" between thinking of the person and the COMPUTER. Further the Reverse Abstraction project replenished with cubes in which creation computer codes are also involved. This project expressed proportions of known "golden ratio" in art.
The designer also creatively rethought da Vinci known picture "Mona Lisa". The picture was changed also by means of a hexadecimal code. Admirers of creativity of Ashley Zelinski with impatience expect presentation of new masterpieces of the designer.