Made with Processing, Lee Byron’s Mesh library and ProXML library.
This little program looks for photos on flickr by a given search word. Afterwards, the colors of the photos are analyzed. The color itself gets detected and how often each color is found. This data is the foundation of every stem. Each segment represents one color of the photo, the diameter shows the quantity. The cell resolution in all segments is based on the brightness of the color.
Multiple Solution Puzzle, 1965. (via Museum of Contemporary Photography) - “contains 24 separate interchangeable pieces, each a silver gelatin print affixed to a wooden base and coated in plastic, and all in the shape an equilateral triangle with 3-inch sides…”