Byte - Artist Multiple
Artist: L. M. Ramsey
10 Glow-in-the-dark, acrylic leaf from the recycled off-cuts of Byte
Patterns, thermoplastic polymer (non-petroleum based) with
phosphorescent coating. Approximately 2.5 x 2.5 inches, 6.4 x 6.4 cm
Edition of 60
Byte Patterns is composed of five photoluminescent acrylic leaf cuts, modelled after herbivory found in the forest ecosystem. Herbivory is the eating of plant parts by animals, it is a key ecosystem process that reduces biomass and density of plants or plant materials, transfers mass and nutrients to the soil or water column, and affects habitat and resource conditions for other organisms. Herbivory intensity can determine whether or not the ecosystem remains healthy or not. How does one record missing data? Tiny bites from a leaf, entire forests erased?
About the Artist:
Laura Margaret Ramsey (she/her) is a Toronto-based scholar, imaging specialist and artist. Ramsey is known for her use of data visualisation & sonification to explore the natural world, imaging processes and computational awareness. Her work is heavily influenced by the structure of the archive, the preservation of obsolete technology, science fiction and the algorithmic approaches in data management. She holds an MA from Toronto Metropolitan University, and a BDes from Alberta University of the Arts. Her work has been exhibited recently with Bio-Creation Station hosted by MIT Media Lab (USA), Fragments of Sonic Extinction (Munich, Germany), and InterAccess with Vector Festival 2022 (Toronto, Canada).
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