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PUBLICATION DE MON ARTICLE DANS L’OUVRAGE « AESTHETICS AND NEUROSCIENCE – SCIENTIFIC AND ARTISTIC PERSPECTIVES » – 12/2016

Parution en Décembre 2016 de mon article « Paintings as Complex Dynamic Systems » dans l’ouvrage collectif intitulé : « Aesthetics and Neuroscience – Scientific and Artistic Perspectives », chez Springer éditeur

Editors: Kapoula, Zoi, Vernet, Marine (Eds.)
http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319462325
Cet ouvrage publié en langue anglaise fait suite aux rencontres « Arts & Sciences : Neurosciences, Epistémologie et Nouveaux Paradigmes » des 5 et 6 février 2016, organisées par le Groupe de Recherche ESARS (Esthétique, Arts, Sciences) dirigé par Zoï Kapoula. Co-organisateurs : Emmanuelle Volle, Julien Renoult et Moreno Andreatta.
Lieu : Université Paris-Descartes. Centre Universitaire des Saints Pères, Amphi Giroud, 45 rue des Saints Pères, 75006 PARIS
http://esars.scicog.fr/?page_id=195
Voir la vidéo de mon intervention intitulée : « La forme comme auto-organisation émergente » :
http://media2.parisdescartes.fr/?a=MjM3NTM=
Résumé de mon chapitre :
This chapter deals with the description and analysis of an artistic experiment : the Matrice Active project that aims to transform a work of art by Wassily Kandinsky painted according to the rules set forth in his treatise on pictorial composition Point and Line to Plane [Kandinsky, 1926] into a dynamic system.
Details about the process of creation and realization of this project allow to present how the Distributed Artificial Intelligence technologies and more specifically agents based computer modeling used by scientists for the simulation of complex systems, provide new ways of expression to the visual artist and different modes of perception, participation, and action to the viewer.
For the artist, it is to depict reality, not as a set of visible and stable forms but as a dynamic phenomenon of self-organization in which the form is emergence of behaviors and interaction processes. The shape emerges from a field of informational data, allowing the system-image viewer an enacted position [Francisco J. Varela, 1993] that simultaneously locates him/her inside and outside this simulated reality.
The painting image, in the Matrice Active project has moved towards the creation of a 3D dynamic virtual scenography composed of Agents in interaction inside a complex system, bearing witness to a paradigmatic shift in the economy of representation.

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