Systematic Predetermination – ciphrd, Ryan Bell, Leander Herzog – SP2
Before generative art became the global art form emblematic of our increasingly digital lives, it debuted publicly in Germany in 1965. Georg Nees’ Computergrafik at “Studiengalerie der TH Stuttgart” was the world’s first exhibition of programmed art. Upon glimpsing his machine generated drawings for the first time, Nees remarked, “Here something is emerging that will not again disappear.”
Image caption: Ryan Bell Fragments of a Wave #26, 2022 (Fragments of a Wave) Framed Alu Dibond Print.