Andreas Nicolas Fischer is an artist working with generative systems. He creates prints, videos, installations and sculptures inspired by the physical representation of data and the visualization of digital processes. He lives and works in Berlin. His works have been exhibited in several solo and group shows internationally, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany and Beijing.
In his talk, A. N. Fischer is going to talk about his artwork “Schwarm”, a software that creates constantly changing, abstract composition running in real time. As this work comes to life through software that executes a coded behaviour, the computer system becomes an integral part of the creation and perception of the artwork itself.
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