algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Human beings form an idea about their reality. We perceive it not through our body but our mind; therefore, we must agree on what is real. Because of this, we are probably the only species on earth that goes insane. But what if the object goes mad?
In object-oriented ontology, all relations, including those between nonhumans, distort their corresponding objects in the same fundamental way as human consciousness. Rogue objects are the ones not chained to any given assemblage of objects, but instead wander in and out of assemblages, modifying relations within the assemblages into which they enter. This project explores the insanity of the platonic shape with minimal surfaces.