Forma Fluens - overview
Forma Fluens (Latin for “flowing form”) reveals an overlapping collection of drawings generated by over 100,000 authors. Each image is slightly different—in the words of William Blake, “Every eye sees differently”—but when viewed as a collection the drawings self-correct, and an iconographic image of the represented object emerges. These 100,000 people work as one, obtaining a dynamic, unfinished effect, which nonetheless is able to convey life-like objects. That is, this crowd-generated drawing lets each form flow — forma fluens.