I am interested in algorithms and the organic ephemera produced by creating generative art and its relation to the underpinning principles of graphic design gestalt. As a member of the visual arts, graphic design shares many of the same concerns that affect and unite other art and design specialisms. These concerns are known as the formal elements. Categorised at the Bauhaus School in the 1920s Germany, I categorise these formal elements as Point and Line, Shape, Texture, Space, Form, Tone and Colour.
This is less about digital art; much more about subverting the technology to something that it’s not intending to do – be hand printed on paper.
A Monoprint Sample, Autumn 2017
Edition of 20
Print size: 12in W x 12in H
Paper size: 16in W x 16in H
Silkscreen printed on South Bank Smooth 310gsm paper at Print Club, London
This sample edition draws on the theme of extensive work with computer code within the context of Modernist graphic design gestalt and its application onto 12 inch record sleeves.