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My first ever painting using a system, Order & Error began as a pencil-and-paper experiment to see what it would look like if, starting at the centre of the page, one moved one centimetre at a time in random cardinal directions.
Over time I tweaked the details of the system, including the rule that I couldn't go back over a line I'd just made, leaving an open end. In terms of colours, I quickly decided that no two bordering shapes could share the same colour (the colour palette itself, though seemingly random, was chosen to match my living room's rug).
As for the name, it refers to the near impossibility for a human to follow any given system of precise rules 100% accurately without some error. That's why, after all, it's called "human error".
Because of this, it's important to be aware that my painting skills at this point were, should we say, not their best. If you zoom in you'll notice inconsistent brush work and out-of-the-line mistakes everywhere. I accepted that as part of the art (if I wanted it to be perfect, I could do it digitally), but I'm grateful that over time my skill and patience has improved.
I design systems that use a set of rules and some dice rolls to produce geometric art. I explain these systems in depth on my TikTok page, @onlyhuwman, on which I have 11,500 followers as of July 2021.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.