had a great time crashing's vernissage "künstliche Kunst" in Tübingen tonight. He uses Snap! to create hommages to early computer artists by reverse engineering their algorithms and modding them. QR codes next to the paintings show the Snap! blocks he used. Wow. Just wow.
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- Thanks for sharing, Jens. I'm interested in using Snap! for artistic purposes, too.Jun 28, 2015
- check out Joachim's website for explanations and code examples http://digitalart.joachim-wedekind.de/kuenstliche-kunst/Jun 28, 2015
- I will. Thank you!Jun 28, 2015
- I've found http://digitalart.joachim-wedekind.de/kuenstliche-kunst/ and love the Wedekind's Hommage to Vera Molnar http://digitalart.joachim-wedekind.de/molnar/#MolnarUnordnung and especially this piece http://digitalart.joachim-wedekind.de/wp-content/uploads/sites/11/2015/06/Molnar-F-3.pngJun 30, 2015
- Fun fact: In our CDG all-hands event in LA in Aprilconducted a workshop in algorithmic art and showed us slides of Vera Molnar's work.
I've also been inspired to play around with variations of Georg Nees' like patterns:
http://snap.berkeley.edu/snapsource/snap.html#cloud:Username=jens&ProjectName=ArtJul 1, 2015
- And an animated meta- hommage that I made to Joachim's hommage to the Molnar's F-3 piece of art, see http://snap.berkeley.edu/snapsource/snap.html#present:Username=kinestheticlearning&ProjectName=Molnar_F-3Aug 21, 2015