Transcending physical form
The Fusion collection of twelve unique digital art pieces originates from a real tree trunk. This collection represents the convergence of computational design, material science, and the natural world and is a glimpse into the future. The journey began with a seed that grew into a tree, but as with all forms of life this too came to an end, leaving behind a beautifully twisted tree trunk that caught the eye of the artist. By 3D scanning the trunk, its form was transformed into digital geometry, allowing the artist to explore it through computational design. The result is a fusion of multiple materials, including glass and copper, in various densities and finishes, forming endless digital landscapes. Although it may appear otherworldly at first, its natural origin is still deeply ingrained in its form, serving as a kind of digital DNA. Its original identity as part of a tree is no longer recognizable, having transcended its physical form and continuing its existence in the digital world. This creation started as an intangible abstract idea and was transformed into digital matter, which will someday again materialize in the physical world.