Lecture: Algorithmic Art
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July 27, 2023 @ 6:00pm – 7:30pm
New to algorithmic art? Join presenter Mikhail Mansion as he dives into this emerging form of digital art that uses code as a medium for artistic expression. During the lecture, get an overview of the history and practice of algorithmic art and a glimpse into how it can be created. Mikhail will be showcasing algorithmic art’s use in both his and other artists’ work before concluding with an audience Q&A session.
Location: The Dalí Museum’s Will Raymund Theater (registration required) or live on YouTube (link below)
Register to attend in person at the link below. This event is free, with limited capacity. An event ticket is required for entry. Gallery access is not included.
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Mikhail Mansion is a new media artist interested in designing interactive and generative systems that create distinct visual, sonic or sculptural experiences based on speculative ecological narratives. His practice consists of writing code and building electro-mechanical devices that seek to translate the forces and phenomena embedded in the world around us into poetic expressions that invite discovery, wonder or play. Mansion’s works have been exhibited at de Young Museum, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, V&A Museum, Renwick Gallery, deCordova, Ringling Museum, Miraikan – National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, Biomuseo, LEXUS INTERSECT-TOKYO, Pyongyang Winter Olympics, Currents New Media Festival, Ars Electronica, Meow Wolf, among others