Josh Katzenmeyer

Most people online know Josh as @luxpris.  He is a creative technologist who assembles abstracted landscapes and collages with code. He works primarily with JavaScript and Blender, and use generative processes while designing. The result is extraterrestrial, angular, and heavily geometric. Conceptually Josh is drawn to the questions unearthed when collaborating with machines. What does […]

Jürgen Claus

Jürgen Claus is an artist who works with greatly different techniques, like painting, film, light, or underwater installations. He is particularly known for his solar installations. His interest lies in cross-over of technology and art. He worked as fellow and research affiliate at the renowned Center for Advanced Visual Studies at MIT in Cambridge, MA, USA. He now lives and […]

Kenneth C. Knowlton

Kenneth C. Knowlton (born 1931 in Springville, New York), is a computer graphics pioneer, artist, mosaicist and portraitist, who worked at Bell Labs. In 1963, Knowlton developed the BEFLIX (Bell Flicks) programming language for bitmap computer-produced movies, created using an IBM 7094computer and a Stromberg-Carlson 4020 microfilm recorder. Each frame contained eight shades of grey […]

Kerry Strand

Kerry Strand worked with California Computer Products Inc. (CalComp) in the late 1960s, a company that, among other equipment, produced plotters. Strand won the first prize of the 6th Annual Computer Art Contest (1968) arranged by the magazine Computer Art Contest. His prize winning entry was the drawingHummingbird. In the same year of 1968, the […]

Klaus Groh

Klaus Groh is a German artist, musician and author who was involved in the Mail Art movement in Germany. He was born in Poland in 1936, and studied art history in school; he discovered correspondence art in 1967 in San Francisco while he was studying Dada for his doctoral thesis. Groh directed the Micro Hall […]

Koji Fujino

Koji Fujino was a computer artist who joined the Japanese computer art group CTG, formed in December 1966. The group’s activity in the next years was prolific: from their office in downtown Tokyo, they managed graphic design works and sold art to galleries, while also operating as a think tank for computer analysis and aesthetics. […]

Lars Vilks

Lars Vilks is a Swedish artist and activist who is notorious for his controversial drawings of the prophet Muhammad depicted as a dog, which made him the subject of protests, death threats and an assassination attempt. Born in 1946, Vilks, a self-taught artist, began painting in the 1970s. In 1980, he began creating the large […]

Lars Wander

biography information and image courtesy of ARTXCODE website: “Lars Wander is a computer artist and programmer who exclusively creates art using code. His creative process involves spending significant time contemplating and sketching ideas for intriguing software systems. He establishes a set of rules that serve as the sole human input in generating each piece. By […]