parallelResonance (2009-2011)

Inspired by his exploration of a “surrealistic geometry” in the mid 1960s, which consisted in exploring the tension fields created by the voids between geometric elements in a visual composition, Mohr develops the same principle in this series through an algorithm. Here, two randomly selected and superimposed 11-dimensional diagonal-paths describe white and black forms, projected on a colored background. At times, the black form interchanges its color with the background to further create new visual relatins in form and tension fields.