Colette and Charles J. Bangert

Colette and Charles J. Bangert (commonly known as Jeffery) are well-known for their works of algorithmic art, which they produced as a couple. Colette was trained as an artist, while her husband studied mathematics, and later, computer science and programming; the two combined their skills to join the ranks of early innovators within the field. […]

Colin Goldberg

Colin Goldberg is an American artist born in the Bronx, New York in 1971. The artist coined the term Techspressionism in 2011 for use as the title of a solo exhibition.  It was first described as a movement in this 2014 WIRED article and was elaborated upon in this 2015 PBS interview with the artist.   He holds a MFA in Computer […]

Corban Walker

Corban Walker has something every artist needs: a critic trap, stretched taut across the ground floor of his studio in Brooklyn. A barrier of steel wires runs the width of Walker’s front room, from about chest height to the level of a tall man’s head; in a moment of distraction, this critic almost got his […]

Cynthia Beth Rubin

Cynthia Beth Rubin (b. 1950, Rochester NY) is a new media artist based in New Haven, CT USA, with a studio practice extending from New York City to Narragansett, RI.  Rubin is a gradate of Antioch College, in Ohio (BA), and the Maryland Institute, College of Art (MFA).   Rubin’s selected exhibitions include a solo at […]

D. Wallace Colvard

Information from artists site.  “The one overarching thing that I learned at an experimental curriculum at North  Carolina State University was how to see. At the same time, I had a keen interest in mathematics and the computer as a tool, and did special self-guided studies in that field. I can’t believe I got away […]

Damien Hirst

Damien Hirst was born in 1965 in Bristol and grew up in Leeds. In 1984 he moved to London, where he worked in construction before studying for a BA in Fine Art at Goldsmiths college from 1986 to 1989. He was awarded the Turner Prize in 1995. Since the late 1980’s, Hirst has used a […]

Daniel Calderon Arenas

Daniel Calderon Arena is a generative artist and educator and all around creative. He uses computer to make art that is interactive and generative, and has been doing so since 2017 His works explores generative space lateral. The code-based work he has recently done has tended towards the pectoral along with thoughtful use of color

Daniel Temkin

Daniel Temkin (b. 1973, Boston) makes images, programming languages, and interactive pieces that explore systems of logic and language. He was recently awarded the 2014 Creative Capital / Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant for the esoteric.codes blog, his exploration of programming languages as art. His work has been a critic’s pick in ArtNews, the New […]

David Hockney

David Hockney, OM, CH, RA (born 9 July 1937) is an English painter, draftsman, printmaker, stage designer, and photographer. As an important contributor to the pop art movement of the 1960s, he is considered one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century.[2][3] Hockney has owned a home and studio in Bridlington and London, and two residences in California, where he […]

Desire Obtain Cherish (D.O.C.)

Working under the alias Desire Obtain Cherish (D.O.C.), Jonathan Paul emerged as a street artist in the early 2000s. Merging street, pop, conceptual, and appropriation art, D.O.C.’s cast resin sculptures are marked by a subversive edge, satirizing status symbols and revealing a commerce-driven social conscience. A stint at an advertising agency helped D.O.C. understand the […]

Desmond Paul Henry

Desmond Paul Henry (1921-2004) ranks among one of the few early British pioneers of Computer Art/Graphics of the 1960’s. During this period he constructed a total of three electromechanical drawing machines (in 1960, ’63 and ’67) based around the components of analogue bomb-sight computers. Henry’s second drawing machine and its effects were included in the […]

Dmitri Cherniak

When you hear the word blockchain, it’s implied that you are talking about the “main net” where transactions have real monetary value. But there is a “test net” blockchain where developers can program and test their code before it goes live called Rinkeby. It doesn’t use Proof of Work calculations, and operates by what’s known […]