Otmar Alt

Otmar Alt is a German painter, graphic artist and sculptor who abides by the idea that “art that you have to explain is boring”. Born in 1940, Alt began his career as an apprentice designer and poster painter, before enrolling at the Akademie der Künste in 1959. His early paintings were mostly of nature, and […]

Otto Beckmann

Otto Beckmann, who was a sculptor by education, is counted as one of the pioneers of computer art. “Otto Beckmann’s interaction with his computer was highly personal. He used it in isolation in his studio; the computer was a special tool—an extension of him. He called it an “intelligible tool with dialog properties,” which artificially […]

Patrick Lichty

biography and artist’s portrait courtesy of the artist’s website: “Patrick Lichty is a media artist, writer, curator and designer of over 30 years. Born in Akron Ohio in 1962, he was raised on art, technology, and science fiction. After getting his BS in Electronic Engineering and working in the discipline, he began an art and […]

Peter Beyls

Beyls develops generative systems in music, the visual arts and hybrid formats. He has published extensively on various aspects of digital media, including on the application of artificial intelligence to artistic pursuits. His work has been widely exhibited and performed at conferences like Siggraph, ICMC, and ISEA.  Beyls conceives of computer media as an active […]


Quasimondo (Mario Klingemann) is an artist and a skeptic with a curious mind. His preferred tools are neural networks, code and algorithms. His interests are manifold and in constant evolution, involving artificial intelligence, deep learning, generative and evolutionary art, glitch art, data classification and visualization or robotic installations. If there is one common denominator it’s […]

Raimund Girke

Raimund Girke was a German artist well known for his analytical style of painting and his explorations of the color white. Born in 1930 in Heinzendorf, he studied at the Hanover school of decorative arts in the early 1950s, and at the Arts Academy of Düsseldorf. Girke’s first paintings were sombre and characterized by visible […]

Refik Anadol

“Refik Anadol (b. 1985, Istanbul, Turkey) is a media artist, director, and pioneer in the aesthetics of machine intelligence. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California, where he owns and operates Refik Anadol Studio and RAS LAB, the Studio’s research practice centered around discovering and developing trailblazing approaches to data narratives and artificial intelligence. Anadol […]

Richard Rosenblum

Richard Rosenblum was a sculptor and a collector of Asian art, known for his collection of Chinese scholars’ rocks, which has been called the finest in the world. The Rosenblum collection was seen in a popular exhibition organized in 1997 by the Asia Society in New York and the Harvard University Art Museums in Cambridge, Mass. […]

Roger Vilder

Roger Vilder’s works express his observations of the world by making use of simple geometric forms to examine derivative processes of change in computer-generated films, as well as with kinetic objects. Born in Lebanon in 1938, he has lived in Paris, Le Havre, and Casablanca, emigrating to Canada in 1957. In the 1960’s, Vilder began […]