The Harvest
Per Kristian Stoveland
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Logoper kristian stoveland
“The six artworks collected by Curated form a magnificent set that exhibit the various traits and qualities of The Harvest algorithm. The collection has a monumental feel to it though, as most of them depict clean focused beams. The Harvest #336 stands especially out for me with the combination of palette, clean beams and the angled approach culminating in a breathtaking spectacle.”
Curated logocurated
“The Harvest is a beautiful collection that combines landscapes with otherworldly beams from the sky. We love the colors, texture, and overall concept from Per, an artist whose art studio "Void" has created real world projects of light and architecture that have clearly provided inspiration to The Harvest.

Our curation focuses on color contrasts and clean compositions, especially ones that feature dark backgrounds or landscapes.”
The Caretaker awakes. After a millennia of slumber it must again usher its minions into the expanse. It must sustain. It must replenish. So it guides its horde out to the stars, visiting countless worlds to restart the cycle. For an eternity the cycle has repeated, minding and tending this garden of worlds. Now it is time for the garden to give back. This event has come to be known as *The Harvest*.*The Harvest* depicts worlds that exist in eternal symbiosis with the Caretaker. We witness the spectacle of monumental chromatic beams as they impact the surface of these beautiful, alien bodies. The Caretaker assigns different constellations to each planet, giving rise to unique combinations of beams as they extract the much needed nectar. This project has been inspired by a life-long fascination for science fiction and space exploration. Aiming to capture a moment of awe, the beams reach to their origin, emulating a cathedral-like atmosphere in the vein of Hugh Ferriss, while borrowing inspiration from Micheal Whelan’s landscapes. All in the effort of capturing a sense of how small we are in relation to the cosmos.*The Harvest* is built on p5js, and takes advantage of its 3d api. With the orthogonal view enabled, the algorithm uses volumetric rectangular units to create the stylised illusion of alien landscapes. Each beam has a position, color, reach and yield that is calculated and procedurally drawn over time.