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  • snail trail - laser sculpture animation by philipp artus
german artist philipp artus has developed ‘snail trail’, a short film laser animation based off processes of exponential acceleration, which can be observed at different levels. using evolution of life as the conceptual platform for the project, it reflects on the procedure of time-based measurements, where after over 3 billion years of slow growth in evolving species, an population explosion seems to occur during the cambrian period. 
as tools of human beings progress relatively minimally during the stone age, a contrast between the rapid cultural development during the holocene era, translating the idea into a similar acceleration process which is generated by the exchange of information through the internet. from the perspective of the animation, the exponential spiral on a snail shell appears like a speck in time.
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  • snail trail - laser sculpture animation by philipp artus
german artist philipp artus has developed ‘snail trail’, a short film laser animation based off processes of exponential acceleration, which can be observed at different levels. using evolution of life as the conceptual platform for the project, it reflects on the procedure of time-based measurements, where after over 3 billion years of slow growth in evolving species, an population explosion seems to occur during the cambrian period. 
as tools of human beings progress relatively minimally during the stone age, a contrast between the rapid cultural development during the holocene era, translating the idea into a similar acceleration process which is generated by the exchange of information through the internet. from the perspective of the animation, the exponential spiral on a snail shell appears like a speck in time.
video
  • snail trail - laser sculpture animation by philipp artus
german artist philipp artus has developed ‘snail trail’, a short film laser animation based off processes of exponential acceleration, which can be observed at different levels. using evolution of life as the conceptual platform for the project, it reflects on the procedure of time-based measurements, where after over 3 billion years of slow growth in evolving species, an population explosion seems to occur during the cambrian period. 
as tools of human beings progress relatively minimally during the stone age, a contrast between the rapid cultural development during the holocene era, translating the idea into a similar acceleration process which is generated by the exchange of information through the internet. from the perspective of the animation, the exponential spiral on a snail shell appears like a speck in time.
video
  • snail trail - laser sculpture animation by philipp artus
german artist philipp artus has developed ‘snail trail’, a short film laser animation based off processes of exponential acceleration, which can be observed at different levels. using evolution of life as the conceptual platform for the project, it reflects on the procedure of time-based measurements, where after over 3 billion years of slow growth in evolving species, an population explosion seems to occur during the cambrian period. 
as tools of human beings progress relatively minimally during the stone age, a contrast between the rapid cultural development during the holocene era, translating the idea into a similar acceleration process which is generated by the exchange of information through the internet. from the perspective of the animation, the exponential spiral on a snail shell appears like a speck in time.
video

snail trail - laser sculpture animation by philipp artus

german artist philipp artus has developed ‘snail trail’, a short film laser animation based off processes of exponential acceleration, which can be observed at different levels. using evolution of life as the conceptual platform for the project, it reflects on the procedure of time-based measurements, where after over 3 billion years of slow growth in evolving species, an population explosion seems to occur during the cambrian period. 

as tools of human beings progress relatively minimally during the stone age, a contrast between the rapid cultural development during the holocene era, translating the idea into a similar acceleration process which is generated by the exchange of information through the internet. from the perspective of the animation, the exponential spiral on a snail shell appears like a speck in time.

video