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5 July — 10 August, 2024

sunGazer

sunGazer

sunGazer

sunGazer

sunGazer

Simon Rydén's latest generative art series was conceived during the cold, dark winters in Sweden, inspired by the sensation of standing by chilly, windy waters and observing their evolution. This theme iterated over time, leading to the creation of sunGazer after a night of staying awake until sunrise.

The works, commissioned by Load, aim to transform the gallery into a sun-room, evoking the sensation of encountering the sun after a period of darkness. Rydén intended to craft a mini-story—a journey from the cold waters through various iterations, including the more cerebral softEdges and the more embodied blush, culminating in the arrival of sunrise.

These pieces employ a 2D particle system with recursive displacement, utilising feedback loops, recursion, and Perlin noise to create organic and evolving patterns.

Rydén aims to create a meditative space, capturing the stillness of the night and the journey toward sunrise. He invites the audience to take a breath and experience the changes​​.

Simon Rydén's latest generative art series was conceived during the cold, dark winters in Sweden, inspired by the sensation of standing by chilly, windy waters and observing their evolution. This theme iterated over time, leading to the creation of sunGazer after a night of staying awake until sunrise.

The works, commissioned by Load, aim to transform the gallery into a sun-room, evoking the sensation of encountering the sun after a period of darkness. Rydén intended to craft a mini-story—a journey from the cold waters through various iterations, including the more cerebral softEdges and the more embodied blush, culminating in the arrival of sunrise.

These pieces employ a 2D particle system with recursive displacement, utilising feedback loops, recursion, and Perlin noise to create organic and evolving patterns.

Rydén aims to create a meditative space, capturing the stillness of the night and the journey toward sunrise. He invites the audience to take a breath and experience the changes​​.

Simon Rydén's latest generative art series was conceived during the cold, dark winters in Sweden, inspired by the sensation of standing by chilly, windy waters and observing their evolution. This theme iterated over time, leading to the creation of sunGazer after a night of staying awake until sunrise.

The works, commissioned by Load, aim to transform the gallery into a sun-room, evoking the sensation of encountering the sun after a period of darkness. Rydén intended to craft a mini-story—a journey from the cold waters through various iterations, including the more cerebral softEdges and the more embodied blush, culminating in the arrival of sunrise.

These pieces employ a 2D particle system with recursive displacement, utilising feedback loops, recursion, and Perlin noise to create organic and evolving patterns.

Rydén aims to create a meditative space, capturing the stillness of the night and the journey toward sunrise. He invites the audience to take a breath and experience the changes​​.

Simon Rydén's latest generative art series was conceived during the cold, dark winters in Sweden, inspired by the sensation of standing by chilly, windy waters and observing their evolution. This theme iterated over time, leading to the creation of sunGazer after a night of staying awake until sunrise.

The works, commissioned by Load, aim to transform the gallery into a sun-room, evoking the sensation of encountering the sun after a period of darkness. Rydén intended to craft a mini-story—a journey from the cold waters through various iterations, including the more cerebral softEdges and the more embodied blush, culminating in the arrival of sunrise.

These pieces employ a 2D particle system with recursive displacement, utilising feedback loops, recursion, and Perlin noise to create organic and evolving patterns.

Rydén aims to create a meditative space, capturing the stillness of the night and the journey toward sunrise. He invites the audience to take a breath and experience the changes​​.

Simon Rydén's latest generative art series was conceived during the cold, dark winters in Sweden, inspired by the sensation of standing by chilly, windy waters and observing their evolution. This theme iterated over time, leading to the creation of sunGazer after a night of staying awake until sunrise.

The works, commissioned by Load, aim to transform the gallery into a sun-room, evoking the sensation of encountering the sun after a period of darkness. Rydén intended to craft a mini-story—a journey from the cold waters through various iterations, including the more cerebral softEdges and the more embodied blush, culminating in the arrival of sunrise.

These pieces employ a 2D particle system with recursive displacement, utilising feedback loops, recursion, and Perlin noise to create organic and evolving patterns.

Rydén aims to create a meditative space, capturing the stillness of the night and the journey toward sunrise. He invites the audience to take a breath and experience the changes​​.

Artworks

Simon Rydén

coldWaters_01

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2d particle system
Type: Digital artwork (Video)
Unique artwork

€ 5 500 ex VAT

Simon Rydén

coldWaters_02

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2d particle system
Type: Digital artwork (Video)
Unique artwork

€ 5 500 ex VAT

Simon Rydén

Blush

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2d particle system with recursive displacement
Type: Digital artwork (Video)
Unique artwork

€ 5 500 ex VAT

Simon Rydén

softEdges

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2d particle system with recursive displacement
Type: Digital artwork (Video)
Unique artwork

€ 5 500 ex VAT

Simon Rydén

sunGazer

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2d particlesystem with recursive displacement
Type: Digital artwork (Video)
Unique artwork

€ 5 500 ex VAT

Simon Rydén

SmallSquare

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2d particle system
Type: Digital artwork (Video)
Unique artwork

€ 5 500 ex VAT

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Gallery admission is free

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ADDRESS

Carrer Llull, 134, 08005 Barcelona, Spain

CONTACT

visit@load-gallery.com

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OPENING HOURS

4 PM - 9 PM, Thursday - Saturday

Gallery admission is free

For collectors, artists and potential collaborators visits are available by appointment—please email us to arrange a private viewing

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ADDRESS

Carrer Llull, 134, 08005 Barcelona, Spain

CONTACT

visit@load-gallery.com

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OPENING HOURS

4 PM - 9 PM, Thursday - Saturday

Gallery admission is free

For collectors, artists and potential collaborators visits are available by appointment—please email us to arrange a private viewing

LEGAL

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T&C

@Load Gallery 2023