We're honestly not sure if Robbie Barrat's strange creations are NSFW.
Using hardware and software, artist Andrius Šarapovas created a massive musical composer.
Channing Hansen uses algorithms to guide him as he knits his pieces, which, in their final form, he likens to being in a quantum-like state of uncertainty
Onryō features scan lines, bodily figures, and what its creator calls “excruciating rotoscoping.”
Pianist Tigran Hamasyan’s hypnotic “The Cave of Rebirth” meet Julius Horsthuis’ infinite fractal landscapes in a stunning music video directed by Ruben van Leer.
Derrick Schultz wants you to design with love.
Using custom generative software, artist Helen Alexandra codes generative algorithms to create animations in real time, resulting in mind-bending digital paintings.
In Daniel Watkins’s ‘All My Friends’, hundreds of images get transformed into 24 hours of music.
Emails? Texts? Skype calls and a 3D-printed sculpture made from personal data? Mark Farid wants you to see it all.
An old illustration technique gets a virtual age update in denial.of.service’s new music video for Aeternam Vale & Kerri LeBon’s “Hiding Love.”
Kindly let 'you-are-watching.me' give you the willies—or, just leave your webcam on.