Virtual Landscapes

Virtual Landscapes

Júnior Morimoto

University of Porto, PT


Keywords: Generative Design, Landscapes, Photography.

"Virtual Landscapes" is a series of posters and a personal diary to record some places across Europe. The images are originally photographs that were manipulated through algorithms, generating landscapes with particular details perceived from up close.

Each image has its own peculiarities, created by playing with code graphic experimentation and the personal meaning of each location.

Memory and its virtual character are important concepts explored in the work. Something once real and subject to the human perception that shapes the reality of the physical world.

“Same feeling I had when passing by each one of these sites, alive now as what I call my very special post-virtual memories”.

Virtual Landscapes

The Future Vision Online Exhibition was available from 11 February to 11 March 2021.

What you find here is a fleeting glimpse of the 21 works – or in better words, 21 future visions – coming from artists, designers, researchers, professionals, and students who explored complex questions from a critical and creative perspective.

We extend our warmest thanks to everyone who participated in the PCD21.

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