︎︎︎ Generative art is performed 
by mathematical algorithms 
that were written by the artist. The artist’s role is to create an autonomous system and define algorithms according to which 
the art is being created.

The Generative 101 example is the Kaleidoscope. The person 
is controlling the visual, but 
the algorithm has been created beforehand. Just like the kaleidoscope, the generative art complies to the mathematical theory of chaos.

This generative art experiment 
reminded me of the 
great work of Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, whose legacy relied 
on the excess of using 
white color and curve forms. Later, it inspired 
me to make a poster 
in his homage.

Experiment made via Processing.

Generative art is always moving and changing, so you can only see some frames of it.