Nonarbitrary Chance, 2014

Much of Pustejovsky’s work deals with the relationship between computer simulated processes and real-life processes. In this particular piece the two worlds meet through the use of virtual-world aesthetics translated into spatial reality by use of traditional materials. The result is a surreal impression of levitating bricks.

The installation is a physical representation of a disintegration process simulated by a computer program. At its base is a 1 7 * 1 2 point grid, a 2D geometric shape that expands into a three-dimensional object. Transforming such a surface into a spatial design could give range to almost endless possibilities. However this piece represents only one moment possible within the system.

bricks, nylon
permanent installation in Aberfeldy Village, Poplar, London (2014)