Over the past few years, I've become fascinated by digital and generative art. Recently, my explorations focus primarily on AI-collaborative art, creating complex algorithms that produce beautiful works. I'm also an avid collector with over 6,000 pieces acquired.

QQL: Studying the Algorithm

A curation of outputs from the QQL algorithm by Tyler Hobbs & Dandelion Wist. It exhibits the complex (and sometimes simple) patterns that produce some of the most compelling forms.

Wallace Museum

Enjoy a new digital art experience celebrating generative art from today's most influential artists who code. These pieces were acquired over a period of two and a half years, containing art from some of the leading creative coders in the world, including pioneers in digital art like Tyler Hobbs, IX Shells, Casey Reas, Manolo Gamboa Naon, Iskra Velitchkova, and more.

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Asemica #632
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Fusing the unpredictability of complex mathematical equations with the intentionality of artistic expression, Interplay challenges the viewer to find order within the apparent disorder. This captivating visual journey aims to evoke a sense of unity between seemingly opposing forces, ultimately inviting the observer to reflect on the delicate equilibrium that governs both art and life itself.

The Geometry of Rain

An experimental generative art project released as a long-form collection on fx{hash}, a platform for blockchain-powered provenance and ownership of generative art. It explores the relationship between geometric shapes and rain, highlighting the intersection of mathematical precision and organic fluidity.

Retro Art

I've always been fascinating by vintage electronics. The nostalgia surrounding pioneering hardware and software reminds me of childhood in the 90s and early 2000s. These artworks, created in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and After Effects, are my attempt to capture these details.