Andrew Kudless’ Pinterest page on computational design shows interesting artworks produced through algorithms and looping patterns. There are artworks produced in digital and in sculpture and most of them show obvious signs of algorithmic properties and looping code. Elijah Porter’s piece looks uses triangular patterns to generate an art piece that looks like a flower. This digital piece looks like it is made simply through creating rows and columns of different shapes.
Another piece that seems interesting is the white looping architecture. It looks super cool and is probably made from code that generated itself in 3d. I am not quite sure how it is made but I think it is probably tons of ellipses generated across a canvas and then printed on a thick sheet of plastic. I think it would be useful to know how to turn code into 3d objects.