Jean-Pierre Hébert

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Introduction We address a number of problems related to viewing algorithms as the formulation of artistic statements. We analyze the nature of the algorithmic approach as opposed to direct physical action. Here are some of the basic questions that will be raised. Why do artists choose to express themselves indirectly, by way of formal descriptions of their(More)
My process is thus akin to composing or choreographing or simply ... thinking. It starts with the vision of the piece. It continues with the precise anticipation of the imaginary hand motions or the real pencil path implied by the development of the drawing. It ends with a final proof of concept on paper. What makes it so rewarding is my continuing(More)
This work was inspired initially by traditional Japanese Zen gardens. As the sand trace proceeds at a slow, quiet, meditative pace, time becomes an important element of the work. Drawing on paper, or tracing sand, takes time, and has its own rythms. I have also explored the possibility of composing and synthesizing music, by linking space, time and sound.(More)
Les expériences ci-dessus nous montrent que le P2O5 des solutions du sol à faible concentration se fixent sur les grains calcaire de la terre arable non par précipitation, mais par un phénomène d'adsorption. L'acide phosphorique ainsi fixé peut repasser en solution par le phénomène inverse de désorption pour être mis a la disposition des plantes lorsque le(More)
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