0xDEAFBEEF is an artist and engineer based in Toronto, Canada. Over the past 20 years he has been tinkering in diverse areas overlapping art and technology including music, sound recording, computer animation, blacksmithing and generative art.
William Mapan is an artist, coder and professor based in Paris, France. While he primarily works with computers and code, his curiosity leads him to explore a wide range of different media and techniques.
Monica began her career as a painter, after graduating from UNESP (São Paulo State University, Brazil). In 2012, while studying at Kunsthochschule Kassel (Germany), she stumbled upon creative programming and started studying it on her own. In 2015, at MAK Center for Art and Architecture (Los Angeles, CA) she presented her first generative artwork, as a result of the MAK-Schindler research grant.
Itzel Yard (b. 1990), known as Ix Shells, is a self-taught coder and artist based in Panama with a background in Architectural Technology. With humble beginnings learning creative coding on Youtube, Yard has risen to become one of the most recognizable names in contemporary generative art. In 2021, her breakout work, 'Dreaming at Dusk', a collaboration with the Tor Project, sold for 500 ETH—over 2 million dollars at the time of sale—making it the highest selling NFT by a female artist.
Visual artist Jen Stark transforms complex ideas about fractals, evolution, color theory, topography, sacred geometries, and patterns of the universe into approachable and engaging works of art. Drawing upon an ever expanding use of material and technology, Stark allows her aesthetic to transcend all forms of media, ranging from paintings and sculptures, animations and installations, to interactive projections and NFTs.
Emily Xie is a generative artist living in NYC. She writes algorithms to create lifelike textures, patterns, and forms. Her generative systems often navigate many delicate balances at once: the interplays between chance versus control, the organic versus the systematic, and the abstract versus the representational. Xie's creative coding work is collected and shown internationally.
Sarah Zucker is an artist + writer based in Los Angeles. She is known as @thesarahshow across the internet. Her interdisciplinary art practice merges humor, myth and mysticism with the interplay of cutting edge and obsolete technologies. She works across mediums, combining performance, animation and figuration within a digital-analog approach to video making. She’s been editioning her art on the blockchain since April 2019.