— Journal Intime II, Vera Molnár
Vera Molnár is one of my creative heroe, so glad to have access to this.
Internet making art accessible, yes
If you're into generative art, have a look.
Georg Nees was the first to exhibit
#generativeart, in February 1965 in Germany. Influenced by Max Bense’s information aesthetics, Nees completed his PhD thesis in 1968 (in German). Its title, “Generative Computergraphik” is a criticamilestone of the movement of generative art. pic.twitter.com/r6ONsZvAtx
Daily experiments by
Name: Rainbow Slices
Input Data: Grid: 16x16; Modules: 2; Colors: 7; Seamless: No; Mixed: Yes; Gradients: Yes; Grid Space: -70; Rotation: No; Resize: Yes; Slide: Yes; Transparency: Yes;
#generative #generativeart #creativecoding #creativemindspic.twitter.com/tyeSfl9ncR
#Cryptoforma — algorithm based on the symbiosis of man and machine which creates a new form of Art through their interaction. With Cryptoforma, we explore the world of #generativeart and share the artifacts we find through the journey.
#generative #art #creativecodingpic.twitter.com/x22VUeQmFb