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Art from Code: A Response to Grace Hertlein

Grace Hertlein has a very different approach when it comes to computer art comparing to the previous two artists: Vera Molnar and George Nees. However, Hertlein is creating her computer…

Art from Code: A Response to Grace Hertlein

Grace Hertlein sought to digitalise nature. For her art work, she took inspiration from her natural surroundings. Eliminating the anatomical element from her computer art, she brought the natural element…

Art From Code: A Response to Grace Hertlein

In a report, Hertlein compared the computer art on display and creators present at the 1975 International Conference of Computers and the Humanitites (ICCH) and what was displayed on the…

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 are a series of curated accidents.

Art from Code: A Response to Grace Hertlein

For my response to Grace Hertlein I focused on two things. One was to humanize the art and make it feel alive, the other to give the computer more control…

Art from Code: A Response to Grace Hertlein

Grace Hertlein liked to use repetition and randomness to make patterns that were inspired by nature. In these pieces, I took ideas from the “flower” example we in class worked…

Art From Code: A Response to Grace Hertlein

Grace Hertlein was an artist who tried to redefine the relationship between geometric figures and nature through the landscape motif. Hertlein’s works look like that she has employed traditional drawing…

Art From Code: A Response to Grace Hertlein

Through Hertlein we can truly get a sense of what randomness can really entail. In a way, it branches off from the rigid order of Nees that needs to be…

Art from Code: A Response to Grace Hertlein

One of Grace Hertlein’s signature aspects of her work is her tendency to have an organic look, almost as if the work was created with traditional art materials. This was…