Anna Carreras is a generative artist and creative coder focusing her work on the use of algorithms to create visuals that foster memories or evocate new ones.
She codes her work from scratch to create images that cannot be achieved in any other medium. She is interested in complexity, surprise and meaning that emerges from small simple behaviours playing with systems. She wants to foster diversity and explores the balance between order and chaos in which nature and daily life seem to be suspended.
She draws inspiration from her Mediterranean culture and landscape to translate it into abstract visuals. Vivid digital images, static or dynamic, geometric or organic.
She holds two MSc degrees, one in Engineering from Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) and another in Audiovisual Technologies from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF).
She teaches creative coding in several Design Schools in Barcelona. And she is finishing a PhD on Fine Arts about generative art.
She has exhibited at Feral File, Art Blocks Curated and CVerso galleria. She has also developed and exhibited generative art and digital installations in renowned national and international institutions, museums and festivals like MUTEK ES+AR, Sónar Festival Barcelona, Eufònic Urbà Decentraland, Venice Art Biennale, Medialab Prado Madrid or Abandon Normal Devices Liverpool, among others.