Caligraft (2006) is a generative art work which consists of a series of interactive pieces exploring the limits of representation in typographies and texts.
This project has been featured and presented at:
Mechanical attractors (2010) is a collection of virtual artifacts involving simple physical interactions that are concrete, predictable and easy to understand for everyone. The output of the experiments consists simply in drawing the paths of some of the objects in the scene.
Other projects and collaborations
I was invited to contribute artwork for the generative book WrittenImages. For each print of the book all the processes submitted by the artists are exectued realising unique results for each book.
Earth, Apple and Moon are three small toy examples of using the library Fisica. These are 2D physics simulations ran twice, given the deterministic nature of them they will result in the same movements, collisions and resting positions of the bodies involved.
Talks, interviews & features
- Mosaic UOC interview
online magazine - 2014
- Codificando mundos – Taller de comportamientos físicos en la programación creativa
workshop about Fisica - 2012
- La Malla Tendencies
TV interview - 2012
- bcn216 + Cristian Vogel, Ricard Marxer & Oscar Sol: Japó
visuals for Sonar 2010 inagural concert, Barcelona - 2010
- Visualizar’07: Advanced Project Development and Production Workshop
tutor for the Visualizar workshop at Medialab Prado, Madrid - 2007
- Computer and generative art
talk at Medialab Prado, Madrid - 2006
- Programming Logic for artists
workshop at Medialab Prado, Madrid - 2006
- 4th AVLAB meeting
meeting AudioVisual community at Medialab Prado, Madrid - 2006