Fulgurations, a project in collaboration with the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncológicas and Fundación Banco Santander, is an generative installation composed by a series of LED screens that shows a content in constant mutation. It responds to an algorithm designed by Studio Daniel Canogar inspired by the cellular activity as well as other kind of collective behaviours and nature patterns. The code that rules these visuals uses the computational principle of cellular automata, developed by the mathematician John von Neumann. The logic of this system works through the influence of neighbouring units, which provoques collective behaviour in chain with a high aesthetic value.
Like the life of a cell, the content is totally autonomous in its form and evolution as it is in constant communication with its surroundings. In fact, the activity of these screens projects different lights, whose chromatic contamination converses freely, escaping beyond the physical limits of each module.