Tag: generative art

Art From Code: A Response to Georg Nees

Georg Nees, credited as a pioneer of computer-generated artwork, is renowned for his generative, stochastic style of using computers to create works of art. Through...

Art From Code: Beyond 184

It’s all been leading up to this. Let’s have a little urban fantasy. You’re on top of a skyscraper. You look down, and you see...

Art from Code: Iterative Painting Post-Mortem

    RGB Grain Ultimately, I have produced five digital, animated, iterative paintings. This was certainly my intention. Nothing really went wrong. However there are...

Art from Code: Wave Clocks Post-Mortem

The final collection of wave clocks I finished with for my conference work were a much more polished portfolio than I had started out with....

Art from Code: Distortion Post-Mortem

What I have finally made are shapes that change.  I played around with different shapes using a call to ellipse and to curveVertex.  I used color,...

Conference Project Post-Mortem: Scratch Lag

1 2 .3 4. I attempted to make hard-coded and animated recreations of Hirsh’s style from Scratch Pad using processing and although some do not fully capture...

Art from Code: Nature + Code Post-Mortem

My conference project’s theme is nature and its replication using code. Nature is known to follow a system and set of rules while utilizing the...

Art from Code: Flower Post-Mortem

Because some of the previous conference works looked too similar with my work “Daisy,” so I made some change on my piece “Growing” and decided...

Art from Code: Distortion

My project will be pieces that start with a normal, solid shape but get distorted and changed over time.  For example, I would start with a...

Art from Code: Abstracted Interaction

For my conference project, I am making sketches that are in response to Kazimir Malevich’s works entitled: Suprematist Composition. My initial pursuit of this project was...

Art from Code: Iterative “Painting”

Since my very early days of using Processing, I’ve been interested in pushing the program to its computational limits. There is such satisfaction in getting the...

Art from Code: Nature + Code

For my conference project, I am interested in recreating elements of nature using Processing. As we further dissected the definition of Generative Art, I found...

Art from Code: Don’t Forget to Blink

The idea of optical illusions have fascinated me for a long time. Tricks of the mind when you’re seeing something different than what actually is....