Address273 Cayler St
As an artist working with CNC and automation, I am fascinated by the intersection of technology and art, and how it can be used to create contemporary works that are both precise and organic. Through generative art techniques, I am able to create complex and intricate designs that are impossible to replicate by hand. My process begins with exploring the capabilities of the machines and software I use, experimenting with different approaches to create unique visual patterns and forms. I enjoy the challenge of balancing control and randomness, allowing the machines to generate unexpected outcomes while still maintaining a level of artistic intention. My work often incorporates elements of nature and the environment, abstracted and transformed through the lens of technology. By using CNC and automation, I am able to create pieces that have a sense of motion and fluidity, despite being made from rigid materials like metal and plastic. In a world where technology is rapidly advancing, I see my work as a way of exploring the possibilities of what can be created through collaboration between humans and machines. By embracing the tools of automation and generative art, I am able to make contemporary pieces that push the boundaries of traditional artistic techniques and challenge our notions of what art can be.