Generative Art by processing

Sunday,Aug 23,2015 



From $99.00


Core Skills

1) An understanding of the properties of generative art
2) Common strategies for producing visual content with generative techniques, basic interactivity
3) Survey of more advanced topics in generative art, stubs and templates for pursuing niche topics


This workshop will introduce principles of generative art, the branch of art concerned with the creation of visual artefacts from autonomous systems and algorithmic processes inspired by nature, mathematics, biology, and computer science. Various strategies for producing unexpected and serendipitous visual forms will be covered, ranging from simple graphical iterations and emergent patterns, to complex and unpredictable procedures, including cellular automata and agent-based interactive systems. 


GENE KOGAN - Gene Kogan is a programmer and artist who writes free software for new and emerging technologies. He creates tools for live music, dance, theatre, and performance art. His own artistic output is characterized by inquiries into generative systems and the grey areas of machine intelligence. He contributes to numerous open-source software projects, and frequently gives workshops and demonstrations on topics related to code and


the Metropolitan Exchange, 33 Flatbush Ave, 4th Floor, Brooklyn, New York, 11217 (Map)


We will create several categories of generative art producing visual sketches.

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