As human beings, we seek to measure, qualify, and classify what we experience as a means to better understand the phenomena or behaviors that individuals navigate through within the larger framework of human experience. As computers mediate communication and interactions between people experiences and art: their intersection gives a space to computationally quantify the human experience.
As an artist, I consider designing algorithms a path to represent and to model the image of the world. My work focuses on linking formal systems with a poetic premise. I approach my practice in dialogue with coding, computer image processing, the non-computerized algorithm, and the spectator-agent that co-create the image by interacting with it.