Artificial Beauty On Ancient Walls

This is another beautiful example what countless possibilities graphic programming environments like in this case Processing give to the visual minded people.

The italian studio TODO created this piece of work for a small festival in Torino (Italy) called C.Stem.

“An event devoted to the exploration of the applications of electronic systems in cultural and artistic fields.”

This festival features several artists from the field of generative visuals, graphics and art, who work with programs like Processing or Nodebox, and is built around topics like “Artificial Creativity in Graphic Design” or “Crafting Computational Calligraphies”.

Some work seems to be a little outdated, but beauty is always worth spreading and such festivals bring the art to people, who usually do not care and know about those things.

Valerio Spoletini did the festivals opening performance with his already well known project V-Scratch.

Some particles never stop moving and Torino is the world design capital this year, so we are looking forward for C.Stem 2008 which will take place from the 15th to the 30th of September under the topic “Design and Computation: Generative Design and new technologies for Digital Fabrication”.

Links:
TODO
C.Stem
Processing
Nodebox
V-Scratch

Via VJ-U

Posted on January the 20th, 2008 at 08:18 pm

Tags: Events & Festivals,Motion Graphics,VJing & Visuals