Art + Code
New for 2018, an evening of our favorite creators working at the intersection of art and technology.
Brooklyn-based programmer and artist Nicole He is the genius behind projects like True Love Tinder Robot, The Best Art, and Soylent Dick, which is exactly what it sounds like. Her most recent work is Enhance.computer, a cyberpunk game played with your voice in the browser.
Becca is a creative technologist, researcher, and activist engaged in issues of privacy and freedom of expression online, currently as a Ford-Mozilla Open Web Fellow at Human Rights Watch. While pursuing her master's from ITP, she researched and built interactive experiences that probe algorithmic and surveillance systems.
Achingly beautiful and hard to categorize, Everest Pipkin’s artwork often reflects the physical and natural world through digital space — generative moths and star fields, fragmented and fictional landscapes, exploring clouds on Street View. Their latest project is Ellinger, TX, a slice-of-life game in a small Texas town cut out from the networked world.
Artist and inventor Kate Compton makes things to help people make things that make things — generative art and procedural content tools like Tracery, a super-simple tool to generate text for bots, games, and more, and Bottery, an experimental new tool for building chatbots, voice interface games, or weird experimental experiences.
Omayeli is an artist and technologist from Nigeria currently playing with data at the Recurse Center in NYC. Her most recent projects include Face the Music, a Glitch app that lets you make and record music with your facial expressions, and Art Connoisseur, a Twitter bot that interprets and comments on historical art.
Botnik Studios is an entertainment group developed to exhibit work created by the Botnik community, a group of writers, artists and developers collaborating with machines to create comedy, using predictive keyboards to generate new Scrubs monologues, Coachella lineups, Harry Potter pages, song lyrics, and more.