The evolution of every living organism is influenced by its environment. Different species overcome their unique deficiencies and mutate in order to thrive within their surroundings. As humans creating art, we are also constantly shifting to adapt and thrive within our environment.

In the new era of generative art, the digital recreation of natural phenomena requires a process of creative evolution. This exhibition brings together artists who have adapted to their changing environments by using code to create unique art pieces that reinterpret natural processes.

These artists create algorithms that evolve based on the environment, and take inspiration from the organic growth and computational biological processes happening around them in nature. By responding to and reinterpreting their surroundings, these artists create a new path to transformation and break the boundaries of what was previously considered possible. In nature, time is a factor shaping what an environment can become or thrive towards in the future. Similarly, these artworks take shape over time as they move towards their final form.

Each of the works in the exhibition reflects a unique approach to the mathematical and generative evolution of art, creativity and nature, while also revealing the artist’s particular affection for their environment.

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Jinyao Lin
Blooming, 2022
24 editions
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M.J. Lindow
Autumn Knoll, 2022
Unique
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Ryan Bell
Neptune Rising, 2022
Unique
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Melissa Wiederrecht
Take Root, 2022
10 artworks
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Pablo Alpe
i.m.a.gen, 2022
5 artworks
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Pierre Casadebaig
Conflated Conflent, 2022
5 editions
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Kira0
Under the Rainbow Bridge, 2022
Unique
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Artist

Pablo Alpe

Born in Valencia, Pablo always had an early interest in both art and technology. As he grew older he put his artistic interests aside and chose to study Electronic Engineering, working as an engineer in the sector for several years. In 2014, Pablo decided to quit his career and focus on marrying his two passions, art and technology. He started working with Javier Mujica, a friend and fellow...
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Ryan Bell

Ryan Bell is a visual artist, musician, and software engineer whose artwork often explores themes of recursion, nature, and playfulness. Ryan has exhibited multiple live generative NFT minting galleries for Art Basel across Switzerland and Hong Kong. His creative process stays in motion, evolving over time to incorporate new experimental techniques and ideas. He describes this process as inventing...
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Melissa Wiederrecht

Is a Generative Artist from America, living and working in Saudi Arabia. She chose generative art as her career after earning a MS in Computer Science in 2014.  Having been fascinated by code-generated art for more than 20 years, Melissa continuously pushes the boundaries of generative art as a medium, both technically and aesthetically. Melissa is an Artblocks Curated artist, and released...
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M.J. Lindow

Is a generative artist from the western United States. Inspired by art from an early age, he was constantly drawing and painting. To pay for college, he designed and built stained glass windows at a local studio. While at school he became fascinated with code and its ability to multiply human capability and later worked as a data engineer and data analyst building scalable systems to improve human...
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Kira0

Is a multidisciplinary artist, researcher, lecturer, and architect from Turkey who experiment with digital fabrication, parametric modeling, videomapping, interactive and generative art. His works are composed between architecture and nature and are inspired by randomness and wildness of everyday life. Kira0's works are mostly created with generative/parametric methods by using computer codes. He...
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Pierre Casadebaig

Pierre is a biologist and computer artist living in France. For a decade, Pierre used code and data visualisation to analyse how crops interact with their environment. His practise evolved in 2020 when he begun to use these same techniques to explore his artistic ideas. His work focuses on black and white line art, produced by altering real or generated datasets with data science techniques, and...
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Jinyao Lin

Jinyao Lin, a composer and digital artist of Taiwan. He received Ph.D degree of computer science and information engineering in 2014 from National Taiwan University, and Master of Fine Art degree and Bachelor of Music degree from Taipei National University of the Art. Now he is an assistant professor of National Tainan University of the Arts and as well as an active artist in contemporary art...
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Curator

Ronen Tanchum

The longing and a connection to nature are at the basis of the curation practice by the artist Ronen Tanhum. Tanchum works at the intersection of art, technology and interaction, between the physical and the digital and between the planned and the random. He takes Inspiration from organic behaviours alongside mathematical processes occurring in nature, and presents his interpretations of these...
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