LILIAC PALAGIA-MOTH

PICO VEALASQUEZ & BRIAN ARONOWITZ

“It was unknown how they had found their way here. We had a rare moment of serenity watching them pulse and swim in the darkness, endlessly twisting in their own beautiful and occasionally discomforting grace.” This Palagia Moth is part of the floating species series, a taxonomy investigation of symmetry, motion, and color inspired by insects, cephalopods (squids),  cnidaria (jellyfish) and flowers. Designed as the recursive unfolding of a series of leaf-like tentacles and spines, and representative of a tech driven evolution - in the intersection of biology and computer design.

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SEQUENCE COLLECTION

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PVBA-SA_K004

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PVBA-LPM_S001

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PVBA-LPM_S002

PVBA-SA_K004

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