Series of videos and prints depicting an autumnal forest in Texas.
A high-precision laser scanner observes the intricate and vibrant tree formations, unable to accurately resolve their complex geometries and colors. Documenting the scanner’s failures and related chromatic aberrations, this research draws a parallel between pictorial traditions and new machinic expressiveness.
Artwork and Music by Quayola
Commissioned by Château de Chaumont-sur-Loire
Produced by Quayola Studio
Giulia Olivieri (algorithmic paintings and recordings, editing, data-management)
Andrea Santicchia (photography assistant, tech research)
Maria Elena Brugora (production and logistics)
Producer: Valentina Peri
Software Development: Nikolai Matviev, Kyle McLean, Natan Sinigaglia, Sebastiano Barbieri
Sound Tools: Alessandro Petrone
Orchestrator: Tecla Zorzi