Among the works realized during the seventh edition of the urban art project “PAG-Premio Antonio Giordano” in Santa Croce di Magliano, there is also the new urban art intervention by the Italian designer and muralist Nico Skolp.
“Steps” has been realized on a public staircase in the center of the small town, and its composition follows the rules underlying the concept of “generative design.”
The creation of the work was possible thanks to open-source software, created by the artist in collaboration with the machine learning expert Piero Molino, able to generate infinite compositions by randomly modifying parameters.
The final result, in the case of Steps, has been thought also according to the “tactical urbanism” that takes into account the actions that are carried out when using a functional work.
For this reason, within this new intervention of Skolp, it is possible to enjoy two different routes created through color, where the one characterized by the softest colors is designed for the uphill one, while the one with the most saturated colors to facilitate the moment of descent.
An artistic and functional work that joins those of many other artists who, over the years, have worked at PAG and that we recommend you to discover here.