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Generative Art

Generative Art

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Kay Johns MA Digital Arts, University of the Arts London, Camberwell, 2011, Email: info@kayjohns.net


Generative Art

Exploring how this process simulates nature, and if the method is essential to the meaning of the artist's work? Looking at works through Philip Galanter, Joseph Nechvatal, and Shardcore.



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Generative art is not an art movement or ideology, it is mainly known or thought of as a process, yet artists utilize this method for a number of different re
Kay Johns MA Digital Arts, University of the Arts London, Camberwell, 2011, Email: info@kayjohns.net


Generative Art

Exploring how this process simulates nature, and if the method is essential to the meaning of the artist's work? Looking at works through Philip Galanter, Joseph Nechvatal, and Shardcore.



Abstract
Generative art is not an art movement or ideology, it is mainly known or thought of as a process, yet artists utilize this method for a number of different re

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Generative Art
Exploring how this process simulates nature, and ifthe method is essential to the meaning of the artist'swork? Looking at works through Philip Galanter,Joseph Nechvatal, and Shardcore.
 
Kay Johns MA Digital Arts, University of the Arts London, Camberwell, 2011, Email: info@kayjohns.net
 
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Abstract
Generative art is not an art movement or ideology, it is mainly known or thought of asa process, yet artists utilize this method for a number of different reasons. This paperwill attempt to question and explore generative art by looking at some of the motivesbehind this practice. Beginning by giving a brief exploration of generative art, beforelooking at how this method may simulate nature by discussing chaos theory and itsrelationship to specific styles using this method. Subsequently discovering if using agenerative process has been essential to the meaning within the artist's work, bylooking at works through the featured artists via interviews collected predominantlyfor this paper; in conjunction with exploring leading writers in this field.Although generative art can be utilized as a process or tool. I hope this paper willexpress how it can also be a fundamental element that artist's employ, thusexpressing how generative methods can hold the essence and meaning within theartwork.
Keywords
Generative Art, Essence, Simulation, Nature, Process, Chaos Theory.
 
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Contents
Pg 1.................................................................................................................AbstractPg 2................................................................................................................ContentsPg 3...................................................................................................List of illustrationsPg 4............................................................................................................IntroductionPg 5...................................................................................... Exploring Generative ArtPg 7.................................................................................................. Chaotic SystemsPg 9.............................................................................................Process or Concept?Pg 14..........................................................................................................ConclusionPg 15..........................................................................................................Appendix 1Pg 19...........................................................................................................Appendix 2Pg 24...........................................................................................................Appendix 3Pg 27..........................................................................................................Bibliography

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