Renè Falk has been busy ever since Thomasius as a 3-D artist with the possibilities of the computer tool to generate virtual realities ranging from abstract to representational. His works are often created under the premise of forcing mathematical and procedural tools to do the exact opposite of what they were programmed to do. For René Falk Thomasius a bug is a feature and holds possibilities that earned him the reputation of a 3D guru, because this "out of the box" perspective in the field of 3D scene development made the seemingly impossible possible.
Previous collaborations with a wide variety of trades range from TV to theater, from science to industry and aerospace. In all these areas it is Renè Falk Thomasius possible to develop freely and to show new perspectives through his works without being forced too much by the conventions of the prevailing zeitgeist.
Rene Falk Thomasius, Plant "Face of God" is a remarkable display of the fusion of art and mathematics. It is a limited edition of 42 numbered screenprints on paper, 26,5 x 40 cm, dated 2023. The particularity of this work of art lies in its genesis: it was created using complex mathematical methods typically found in 3D programs be used. The artist used Poisson's equation to allow for relative equal distribution of all placed objects on the surface of the original 3D model. This method prevents the objects from penetrating each other. The result is a multitude of instantiated objects with self-similar properties. Together they form the visible model, which draws its name from the symbolism: the approximately 1,28 million instances metaphorically represent the cells of our body, which in their entirety appear to be a einheitphysical object – our body. With your purchase of one of the 42 numbered copies of these unique screenprints, you are entering a community that is pushing the boundaries of art and breaking new ground in the marriage of art and technology.