SEP 2015- DECEMBER 2020
OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING ARCHITECTURE
ROBOTIC AUTOMATION TOOL-PATHS
Mereological artefacts is a series of mathematical architectures computed through object-oriented programming, material computation and discrete logic. The project attempts to exhaust mereological or part-hood combinatorics, joint-connections, asymmetrical alloys, geometrical coupling, tychistic polarisations, diametric articulations, syntactical juxtapositions between neighbours and discrete elements. The ensemble attempts to structure a syntactical grammar out of disjointed parts with the multi-scalar recursive potential to derive attributes, endogenous linkages and possible functions.
The code concatenates possible endogenous and transitive mereological relationships between variable parts to reflex and supplement; overlap and underlap; over-cross and under-cross; bound and transbound; aggregate and interrelate; partition and juxtapose––in order to punctuate architectonics, develop tool-paths for robotic automation and enumerate acceleration-driven architectural economies.
The outcomes attempt to dissolve hysteresis and engage with the Sorites Paradox (conglomerate with vague predicates) in spatiotemporal and architectonic synecdoches.