Long before most people had even heard of algorithms, Roman Verostko was writing them to program drawing machines.
Verostko, a former MCAD professor, is internationally known as a pioneer in what he calls algorithmic art, or code-generated imagery. Some of his art can be seen at MCAD during the Northern Spark event tonight.
“I was immersed in the idea that new technologies were expanding our knowledge and how we did business, and would eventually be extensions of human intelligence."
The Magic Hand of Chance
June 14, 9:01 p.m.
Minneapolis College of Art and Design