Local Ridgefielder Greg Herzog Paints the First Contemporary Abstract Painting of the Aldrich Museum using his trademarked technique: COLOR CODING DNA ®.
We know what people or things look like in human form, on MRI's and brain scans, but what would they look like if they were represented by color?
Greg Herzog has created a Quantum Reaction Algorithm, using a geometric mathematical equation, where X number of points represents the makeup of a subject and each degree of expression within the context of each point is color coded and weighted accordingly.
Some of the colors and definitions of the characteristics for the colors used in the painting are as follows:
Black: intense, complex. White: warm and friendly. Green: fascinated by secrets. Pink: heightened aesthetic sensibilities. Orange: proud. Brown: inveterate collector. Lt Blue: scientific minded. Gray: innovative. Black: willing to experiment. Beige: inventive.
The COLOR CODING DNA® painting process is strikingly similar to the way patterns in Nature evolve. Since its discovery in the 1960's, chaos theory has experienced spectacular success in explaining many of Nature's processes. A mathematical system can be designed to generate COLOR CODING DNA® trajectories, where the degree of chaos can be tuned. Many natural chaotic systems form fractals in the patterns that record the process.
Herzog arrived at his equation in his own personal quest to understand himself, by researching every possible scientific pathway of human development, Newton, Galileo, Jung and Max Planck. If a subject was represented by a color or series of colors what would it look like?
Similar to Hedge Fund managers, Physicists and Economists or the Myers Briggs model, Herzog has written an algorithm that uses a branch of physics that utilizes a Quantum theory to describe and predict the properties of a physical system.
He analyzes the Quantum data of the individual or subject, and then he follows a mathematical model to identify and quantify relationships in the data to best understand the true nature of the individual or subject based on the relationships.
Like an ink blot test, the truth is in the eye of the beholder. You will see what you want to see and you can say what you want to say, but it appears that no one has ever represented The Aldrich Museum in the way Herzog has.
Mr. Herzog is an Artist and a former sub four minute miler and conditioning specialist in Ridgefield CT. Greg has worked with competitive athletes, as well as individuals from the ages 5-94, and has made studying human performance his life’s work. This extensive experience led to the development of “AXIS CORE®”, a mathematical equation to predict and change behavior, as well as a Quantum Reaction Theory: COLOR CODING DNA®, to help better understand an appreciate the foundation of the makeup of an individual in regard to behavior and performance.
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