This piece from Sofia Crespo’s Instagram is a video of images made of tiny images. This first frame is the most appealing to me.
I selected this piece because Sofia Crespo’s use of tiny tiny images gives this piece tactility and texture that I didn’t know was possible in computationally generated art; this frame in particular looks like it was woven or embroidered.
I really like this project by Zach Lieberman because it’s just a really interaction. I appreciate how simplistic it is, yet it’s a intriguing graphic that makes me want to stare at it– I believe that quality partially comes from the interaction between digital graphic and actual video.
I found Blob Light by Zachary Lieberman to be interesting mostly because of the play between the authority it has because it looks vaguely electron-microscopic and the fact that it is generated and fictional.
This artist is Sophia Crespo and here is a link to the piece: https://www.instagram.com/p/CEPnzunoCoa/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
I picked this piece because it includes images of mammals far down the evolutionary chain yet at the same time the whole piece feels like an amoeba floating along in an empty option. I liked the ambiguity.
This is an art piece made by Manolo Gamboa Naon, titled CUDA.
Among many of Manolo Gamboa Naon’s generative artworks, I found this piece mesmerizing in such way the geometric shapes and soft yet distinctive colors blend so well. There isn’t a specific pattern unlike many of other works he has done, yet this piece exerts its own unique character and mood that makes me feel comfortable looking at the work. I also like the co-existence of the bigger smooth circles & curves and the smaller/shorter crisp lines & angles.
Circle Line Line by Zachery Liberman is a series of rotating lines and circles. I was particularly drawn to this post because there’s something mesmerizing about the movement. The colors also remind me of photography lenses and sometimes the lines look like spot lights.
Generative Art Deep Dive – Zachary Lieberman
I am really drawn into the shape of the gradients in motion, where the shape sort of mimics how a submarine light shines underwater; the light becomes muffled and takes a softer form. The way the “submarine light” appearing objects bounce from positive form to negative form is such an interesting visual, and the way it transforms from light to dark and dark to light in a revolving pattern generates a 3-dimensional creates a space that is so simple yet complex and mesmerizing at the same time.
Zachary Lieberman’s “Gradient work”
hhmbrrs by Manolo Gamboa Naon is really interesting to me because the works create planes seemingly out of nothing; it’s made purely out of intersecting lines. The resulting forms create a sense of depth which I find very cool.
I chose this piece of work by Zach Lieberman because I love how elegant the movements of the dynamic composition are. The color transition is also smooth and visually pleasing. It’s also amazing that lots of his works are done in series of explorations so that they will show relations with each other, but at the same time each individual work is a new exploration with different variations.
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What drew me to this piece by Manolo Ide was the quietness created by the cold white in contrast with the bright city like buildings. I really like the way the buildings curve around the screen resembling how a real city scape would look like as well as the numerous little squares that represent building and makes me want to figure out how this piece was made.