Micah Scott

BITS – Drawing in Micah Scott’s Zen Photon Garden

In ALL, BITS by Julia Krolik

I became instantly obsessed with Micah Scott‘s Zen Photon Garden, an interactive web-based work that allows the user to manipulate rays of light. To begin my experimentation I placed the first line over the light source that resembled a distant sun, or perhaps the sun in our solar system, as observed from a distant planet. I spent the next 3 hours in the Zen Photon Garden deeply immersed in dimly lit landscapes. I explored the outer limits of an imaginary universe, I looked up at the fading sun through tall dark skyscrapers, and woke up in a moonlit field full of sharp black grass. I have documented some of my creations below:

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Julia Krolik

Julia Krolik

Julia helps SciArt through Art the Science, wrangles data and makes SciArt through Pixels and Plans. She speaks passionately about the importance of visual communication in information sharing. She lives by this quote: "They are ill discoverers that think there is no land, when they can see nothing but sea." - Francis Bacon | Twitter: @yuliakrolik