The five monitors of dynamic light statics create a stark environment for Fujimoto’s experiment. The monitors show a particle based environment in which Fujimoto introduces various lines of light that obey physical constraints. At times the experiment will enter a “stilled” state during which, the environment created by static analysis, is then analyzed in a planar fashion similar to how a two-dimensional plan view is used to analyze a physical structure..
Through this process, Fujimoto is able to find previously unseen visuals and data hidden “behind” the structure. The process is ultimately self-iterative, as the computer is analyzing a random structure created by the computer to begin with. What we are left with is an infinite display of the generated lines emerging from the different automated analytical methods.