Tag Archives: art

Void Vaporwave is a series of ultra-high-resolution digital artworks generated with our custom generative software based on the void series. It is a microgenre of electronic music and an Internet image that developed in the mid-2010s. The style is characterized by its allotment of the 1980s and 1990s state of mind music styles, for example, smooth jazz, lift music, R&B, and parlor music, regularly examining or controlling tracks by means of slashed and screwed strategies and different impacts. Its encompassing subculture is here and there related with an uncertain or humorous interpretation of customer free enterprise and popular culture, and will, in general, be described by a nostalgic or surrealist commitment with the well-known diversion, innovation and publicizing of earlier decades. It additionally joins early Internet symbolism, late 1990s website architecture, glitch craftsmanship, anime, 3D-rendered articles, and cyberpunk tropes in its spread fine art and music recordings.

Void Vaporwave
Void Vaporwave I 1568894967288
Void Vaporwave I 1568907691131
Void Vaporwave I 1568923578696
Void Vaporwave I 1568921589485

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI


An animated short film about artificial intelligence as psychotherapist and life coach.
Sound design by the talented Mister Kamp
AI voice by Jim D Johnston
Text [below] by Sascha Pohflepp

Many developments in the history of everything have started out as a mimesis of one kind or another. The arm became the lever while the horse became the steam engine and the mind became the computing machine. At some moment then typically comes a sort of inflection point at which the mimic surpasses its model: suddenly, there were hundreds of horses in the space of one. Often, this leads to other effects, ones much less obvious, unintended and almost impossible to foresee. Those horses, history tells us, facilitated a fundamental change in the urban landscape of North America; a change that came with a universe of social, ecological and economic transformations, not all of them for the better.
Cognitive technologies are likely to follow a similar pattern, although their mode of mimicry is much less linear. Consequently, inflection points may differ: instead of being an analog of our own thinking apparatus, they started off as apparatuses of logic. Running mechanically at first, such as the Antikythera mechanism, Charles Babbage’s difference engine or Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz’s stepped reckoner, those machines could perform as many simple calculations as mechanical resistance (the arm) would allow for. The rise of electrical power and the vast paradigm shift it initiated then changed the mode of resistance into one of scale and integration: logical formations, materialized into ever-shrinking circuits, now powered by an invisible force at the speed of light. A sense of inflection followed: what if our souls fundamentally work the same way? But it turned out to be a mirage: our brains are not digital computers, just as little as the steam engine is a horse.
After more decades of trying to construct an apparatus that can think, we may be finally witnessing the fruits of those efforts: machines that know. That is to say, not only machines that can measure and look up information, but ones that seem to have a qualitative understanding of the world. A neural network trained on faces does not only know what a human face looks like, it has a sense of what a face is. Although the algorithms that produce such para-neuronal formations are relatively simple, we do not fully understand how they work. A variety of research labs have also been successfully training such nets on functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) scans of living brains, enabling them to effectively extract images, concepts, thoughts from a person’s mind. This is where the inflection likely happens, as a double one: a technology whose workings are not well understood, qualitatively analyzing an equally unclear natural formation with a degree of success.
Andreas N. Fischer’s work Computer Visions II seems to be waiting just beyond this cusp, where two kinds of knowing beings meet in a psychotherapeutic session of sorts, consistent with the ideas that Joseph Weizenbaum first raised half a century ago with his software ELIZA. Yet, in Fischer’s interpretation, this relationship presents itself as a peculiar clash of surreal images and a voice tending to the very human. It is perhaps no coincidence then, that some of the images, particularly the carcass of an animal, are reminiscent of Werner Herzog’s 1971 film Fata Morgana, which depicts the Sahara and Sahel deserts to the sound of Lotte Eisner’s voice reciting the Mayan creation myth.
Like Herzog, Fischer created the images first and the voice-over followed after, almost in an effort to decode them and with them offer an experimental analysis of a future to come. Herzog’s film, after all, was initially intended as a science fiction narrative and only later turned into an exegesis of the origin of the world. In both films, the images serve as surreal divining rods to explore the nature of dreams and visions. “What kind of life is it?” asks the therapist. We do not hear the answer, but perhaps we have not heard the question right either: in a time of talk, simultaneously, of both the Anthropocene and the possibility of a posthuman condition, should the question not rather be what the dreams are, at their base of bases? And would it not be only fitting if—after passing the epochal inflection point of a machine that truly knows—its first words would be: “hi there, do you want me play back some of your dreams for you?”

Sascha Pohflepp, September 2017

artificial intelligence art - dead cow sculpture on beach
artificial intelligence animation - plants on yellow background
artificial intelligence video - carsten hoeller purple cow carcass sculpture in water
artificial intelligence screenshot - blue smoke simulation on blue background
artificial intelligence - dead cow chrome sculpture on particle simulation beach
artificial intelligence - cow carcass chrome sculpture on rocky sand beach
artificial intelligence - rocky landscape with grass purple sky and screen
artificial intelligence - green landscape with blender fluid simulation and green sky
artificial intelligence - classical sculpure seated venus particle simulation blender
artificial intelligence - rocky yellow landscape
artificial intelligence - beauty commercial particle simulation
artificial intelligence - beauty facial skin care mask particle simulation
artificial intelligence - chrome woman sculpture skulls palm leaves

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI


Drone 3 - Andreas Nicolas Fischer generative video art
Drone 3 - Andreas Nicolas Fischer generative video art
Drone 3 - Andreas Nicolas Fischer generative video art
Drone 3 - Andreas Nicolas Fischer generative video art
Drone 3 - Andreas Nicolas Fischer generative video art
Drone 3 - Andreas Nicolas Fischer generative video art
Drone 3 - Andreas Nicolas Fischer generative video art
Drone 3 - Andreas Nicolas Fischer generative video art
Drone 3 - Andreas Nicolas Fischer generative video art
Drone 3 - Andreas Nicolas Fischer generative video art

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

Single Channel Video; 4k UHD 3840 x 2160; 4:00; 30fps

andreas nicolas fischer void 6 4k UHD Ultra HD  generative video installation

andreas nicolas fischer void 6 4k UHD Ultra HD  generative video installation

andreas nicolas fischer void 6 4k UHD Ultra HD  generative video installation

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI


Schwarm 2k14 I


Schwarm 2k14 II


Schwarm 2k14 III

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

Second Nature is a series of video loops which show an alternate reality layered on top of our own. During a return to the Alps in the south of Munich where I grew up, I took walks in the forest, filming them from my own point of view and recording ambient sounds.
The video footage was then analyzed and a virtual camera was calculated which reconstructs my movements. Then, working around the path of the camera in space, the environment was created only to cover the field of vision.
The vegetation is an obviously ficticious one, where tropical leaves populate northern European trees. A fern’s structure was misappropriated and given banana leaves. The plants and soil have a dull metallic finish. The POV perspective and gait recognizable in the camerawork shows the influence of first person shooter games, while its enemies and objectives remain absent or unknown. There is no clear narrative or purpose other than the wish to be transported to this world, creating a false memory of a place that does not exist.

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

ANF VOID generative art print

Void 1448452241591

ANF VOID generative art print

Void 1448461364556

ANF VOID generative art print

Void 1448469432396

Credits Extension of the Schwarm Code by the multitalented Mr Pazos

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

Andreas Nicolas Fischer Studio ANF Schwarm Orange

Andreas Nicolas Fischer Studio ANF Schwarm Pink

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

Collaboration with Italian Fashion House Ilaria Nistri for their A/W 15/16 collection.
Ilaria Nistri AW 15-16 ANF Andreas Nicolas FischerIlaria Nistri AW 15-16 ANF Andreas Nicolas FischerIlaria Nistri AW 15-16 ANF Andreas Nicolas FischerIlaria Nistri AW 15-16 ANF Andreas Nicolas Fischer

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

cnc milled polygon sculpture
45 × 60 × 3 cm; MDF, car paint;

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

cnc milled sculpture
30 × 30 × 3 cm; Multiplex plywood, wood dye; Installation View at Layers at 22,48m2 Paris
cnc milled sculpture
Detail [Photo: Rosario Caltabiano]
cnc milled sculpture
Detail of untreated sculpture

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

sound visualization sculpture
Spectral Density Estimation I; 50 × 25 × 12 cm; Cedar wood;

Spectral Density Estimation is a pair of sculptures commissioned by the SECCA and the Winston-Salem Symphony orchestra. Two sound recordings of the first organized tuning were taken at the last 2 orchestra performances of the 2012 / 2013 season. Each recording was analyzed and transformed into a spatial arrangement of the audio frequencies over time. The resulting geometry was then carved into a block of wood from a cedar tree, that had fallen outside the museum.

sound visualization sculpture
Installation View at SECCA; [Photography: Cliff Dossel]
sound visualization sculpture
2 sculptures, 50 × 25 × 12 cm each; Cedar wood; [Photography: Cliff Dossel]
sound visualization sculpture
Detail; [Photography: A N F]

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

KT I – Ile des Embiez is a site-specific video created on the island in the south of france of the same name. KT I is an attempt of recreating the memory of the island through an artificial landscape composed of macro photos of found textures.
Sound is by Von Sallwitz Sound Architecture.



Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI


Generative Software Process; 2012; Dimensions variable;

The software uses a swarm of particles to gradually create an abstract composition based on the color and composition of a series of photographs. The drawing agents behave according to a set of rules, but have a degree of autonomy.
When the software is being run it produces an infinite sequence of unique images over time.

Schwarm ll - generative design

Schwarm ll - design studio berlin

Schwarm ll - design studio berlin

Schwarm ll - design studio berlin

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

Phantom progression - data visualization
C-print 80 × 55 cm;
Phantom progression - data visualization
Detail

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

Engineered viral strain - data driven art
Engineered Viral Strain I; 75 × 50 cm; Lambda-print

Engineered viral strain - generative art
Engineered Viral Strain I; Detail

Engineered viral strain - data visualization
Engineered Viral Strain II; 75 × 50 cm; Lambda-print

Engineered viral strain - design studio berlin
Engineered Viral Strain III; 75 × 50 cm; Lambda-print

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

Generative Software Process; 2012; Dimensions variable; Excerpt of 1:25

The software uses a swarm of particles to gradually create an abstract composition based on the color and composition of a series of photographs. The drawing agents behave according to a set of rules, but have a degree of autonomy.
When the software is being run it produces an infinite sequence of unique images over time.

Schwarm software
Installation View at Rua Red Dublin

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

data sculpture - one more chance
2 panels 90 × 40 cm each; OSB, car paint, deterministic randomness

generative art - one more chance

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

generative art
45 × 45 × 8 cm; MDF, car paint, deterministic randomness

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

design studio berlin - PL
95 × 135 cm; MDF, car paint, deterministic randomness

 

data sculpture - PL

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

A landscape in constant flux. Wind, mountains, mist.
Patterns emerge. Floating, flying. Hissing, rustling, sweeping.

Sound – José G. Soler
2011; digital video, 1080p; 8 minutes 22 seconds;

generative animation - Rauschen
Installation view at 22.48m2 Paris
masterpiece of generative animation
generative art - Rauschen
Andreas Nicolas Fischer - Rauschen
design studio berlin - Rauschen

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

KM-183539 –procedural drawing
KM 183539 – Procedural drawing; 150 × 100 cm; C-print

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

generative art exhibition at GIM Bremen
Exhibition view at GIM Bremen

KM 17656 – procedural drawing
KM-17656 – Procedural drawing; 75 × 50 cm; C-print on aluminum dibond

KM 224214 – generative art
KM-10427 – Procedural drawing; 75 × 50 cm; C-print on aluminum dibond

KM 10427 – generative animation
KM-10427 – Procedural drawing; 75 × 50 cm; C-print on aluminum dibond

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

generative art exhibition at GIM Bremen
Series of 3 generative drawings; 80 × 120 cm; Lambda print on alu dibond;
generative art exhibition at GIM Bremen
generative art lichtzeichnungen | anfischer
generative art lichtzeichnungen | anfischer
generative art lichtzeichnungen | anfischer
generative art lichtzeichnungen | anfischer
Detail LZ 123649;
generative art lichtzeichnungen | anfischer
Detail LZ 123649;
generative art lichtzeichnungen | anfischer
Detail LZ 123649;
generative art lichtzeichnungen | anfischer

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

Reflection sound sculpture

Reflection is a sound data sculpture, derived from the musical piece by Frans de Waard of the same title. Commissioned by the 5 Days Off Festival in Amsterdam for the »Frozen« exhibition.This project came into being as a collaboration with Benjamin Maus.
Material: CNC-milled MDF, Dimensions: 900mm x 720mm x 120mm.
The other artists participating in the show are Shajay Booshan, Leander Herzog, Daniel Widrig and Marius Watz.

Reflection sound sculpture
Reflection sound sculpture - design studio Berlin
Reflection sound sculpture - generative design

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

3 days in the life - telecommunications data sculpture
Poplar plywood; 80 × 140 × 35 cm;
3 Days in the Life is a visualisation of telecommunications data. The data sculpture represents my movement and communication made with my cell phone during 3 days. For more information on the process, refer to A Week in the Life.
3 days in the life - data visualization

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV

V0ID III

The Origin of the Quantum Dot

Computer Visions

Second Nature

V0ID I

A Brief History of Generative Art [Text]

Schwarm 2015

Ilaria Nistri X A N F – A/W 15/16

Thoughts of Rome

Island Physics

Brute Force Method V

Axis

SuperRatings

Consume Consume II

PL VI

a week in the life - generative art
Cardboard, custom software; 120 × 80 × 20cm;
A Week in the Life was shown in the DAM Gallery Berlin from 08/02/05 – 08/03/08 as a part of Generator.X – Beyond the Screen Exhibition and at the Toshare Festival in Torino at the Manufacturing exhibition, which was curated by Bruce Sterling.
a week in the life - art visualization
a week in the life - custom software
a week in the life - Bruce Sterling

Hyperschwarm – Generative Art Installation

Megaschwarm – Video Art Installation

V0ID Vaporwave I

Pitch Festival [Screening]

Banque LCL Paris [Screening]

Momacs – Generative Logo Design

Hypervoid X – Large Scale Generative Art Prints

Megavoid – Generative Software Art Installation

Computer Visions 2

Drone III

KARST II

V0ID VIII

V0ID VII

V0ID VI

Schwarm 2k14

V0ID V

V0ID IV