Screen Recording 30
Screen Recording 30 works as a screen capture documentation were the 19 years old Kansas City Art Institute student Evan Bech explores the potentialities of the desktop to create three-dimensional animated sculptures. Lately, Evan has been exploring patterns, and specifically, putting patterns into motion.
The animation that is shown in the background was made using Max/Jitter, and After Effects. It is made up of abstract shapes that are repeated symmetrically, creating relationships with the layers linking the movements. After the animation was completed, Evan was experimenting with different techniques to create an endless repetition of images; the animations were generated into feedback continuously creating patterns based on the movements and positions of the animation. These generated patterns were then documented using screen recording, which had created an extraordinary visual outcome.