Cultural Hijack: Real Fake Atrium Cafe

Through brainstorming for a space for our Hijack, one of our first ideas was to reinvent the area formerly known as the Atrium Cafe, a...

Art From Code: A Response to Georg Nees

This week we were tasked to respond to the thinking of George Nees, a mathematician who became a pioneer in computer arts. He started making...

Art From Code: A Response to Grace Hertlein

I was unable to predict the behaviors of each loop, so my process involved repeated subtle reconfiguring and experimentation with different permutations. The resulting images...

Art From Code: A Response to Grace Hertlein

Grace C. Hertlein, professor at California State University, is a famous computer artist. She started her work in the mid-1940s and had her first exhibition,...

Cultural HiJack: Survey HiJack

Project by Avery and Daly Our survey was based around the concept of Fall formal being replaced by team building night for future years to...

Art From Code: A Response to Georg Nees

Georg Nees was interested in using stochastic functions to disrupt formal structures. His work is characterized by a visible transformation from order to chaos. This...

Art From Code: A Response to Vera Molnar

Vera Molnar is a very talented and unique artist. It might seem contradictory to call her talented when her work was essentially produced by a...

Art from Code: A Response to George Nees

Modern generative graphic designer Georg Nees was a pioneer of computer art. One of Nees’ signature pieces is the Schotter (gravel in german). In this...

Art From Code: A Response to Georg Nees

When I initially started the Georg Nees project, I didn’t expect to find myself quite so emerged in the process. However, that quickly changed as...

Art from Code: A Response to Georg Nees

Generative Art has its first exhibition on February 4th, 1965. It held by Max Bense, professor at the University of Stuttgart, and Georg Nees, a...

Art from Code: A Response to Georg Nees

When examining Georg Nees’s work, I became perplexed with his ability to seamlessly alter his structures using ‘randomization.’ I love the thought of messing with...

Art from Code: A Response to Georg Nees

For my responses to Georg Nees, I took the ideas behind his work “Gravel” and incorporated them in my responses. The idea behind “Gravel” are...