An exhibition of two computational magnetic drawing machines that draw in real-time according to sensor, network, or algorithmic input. The work explores a new form of art-making where the artist can connect the internet's reflection of humanity, the physical environment, and algorithmic driven ideas into a piece of art that creates itself over time. Reception/Opening for the event is on Tuesday, August 18th from 5:30pm - 7:30pm in the HOP Garage. The work is an MS thesis exhibition for Luke Zirngibl, who is completing a new MS program in Computer Science with a Concentration in Digital Arts. Supported by the Neukom Institute, the Computer Science Department, the Digital Arts programs in the CS Department.
Last Updated: 3/6/17