Etienne Saint-Amant

Artist and Scientist
Chaoscopia
Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada
Etienne Saint-Amant is Master of Science and professional artist in technological arts. He specializes in the conception of large-format artworks designed and described in a mathematical language. He is a specialist, lecturer and pioneer in this field. He is the author of formulas and equations that translate into various tools for artistic composition. He is dedicated to conceptual research and creation of contemporary artworks.
IDÉAUX MORCELÉS
18 x 36 inches
Pigmented inks on professional paper, museum-grade acrylic, Dibond aluminium
2014
This is a landscape of light and atmospheres. This artwork is made to be seen in its whole and then be looked at for its finest details. The emotional charge varies from one scale to the other, which brings the observer to a second level of interpretation that is sometimes paradoxical.

This artwork is completely described by a mathematical system. The fragmented glass texture is made from my new Generalized Oscillating Mandelbrot Set formula. It is a multi-layered composition of deep magnifications of remarkable, beautiful and unstable chaotic sections. Coloring algorithms use an exponentially convergent method to refer to my color tables.
IDÉAUX ADOUCIS
18 x 36 inches
Pigmented inks on professional paper, museum-grade acrylic, Dibond aluminium
2014
This is a landscape of light and atmospheres. This artwork is made to be seen in its whole and then be looked at for its finest details. The emotional charge varies from one scale to the other, which brings the observer to a second level of interpretation that is sometimes paradoxical.

This artwork is completely described by a mathematical system. The fragmented glass texture is made from my new Generalized Oscillating Mandelbrot Set formula. It is a multi-layered composition of deep magnifications of remarkable, beautiful and unstable chaotic sections. Coloring algorithms use an exponentially convergent method to refer to my color tables.
IDÉAUX STRUCTURÉS
36 x 24 inches
Pigmented inks on professional paper, museum-grade acrylic, Dibond aluminium
2014
This is a landscape of light and atmospheres. This artwork is made to be seen in its whole and then be looked at for its finest details. The emotional charge varies from one scale to the other, which brings the observer to a second level of interpretation that is sometimes paradoxical.

This artwork is completely described by a mathematical system. The fragmented glass texture is made from my new Generalized Oscillating Mandelbrot Set formula. It is a multi-layered composition of deep magnifications of remarkable, beautiful and unstable chaotic sections. Coloring algorithms use an exponentially convergent method to refer to my color tables.