Over the holiday break, I was introduced to a new form artmaking called generative art. Also referred to as algorithmic art or computer art, this type of work produces visual art in a digital format through a programming language called Processing and can be interactive, animated, or static. […]
This project explores the phenomenon of placemaking and how a design systems approach can enable community members to participate in this process.
About the Show Maps are representations of a place in time. They are often subjective of the cartographer. In many ways, mapping is a format for discovery and documentation. My work attempts to explore the relationships between the map, the process of mapping, and the […]
The MFA gallery reception on Thursday, April 19 featured work from artist Cat Normoyle whose work resembles techniques similar to Jenny Holzer, Barbara Cruzer, and Candy Chang.