C-VERSO presents its new exhibition Unpredictable Lines. This project compares different artists who place at the heart of their research the spectator as the protagonist of the artwork.
The exhibition presents four generative artists who work with NFTs: Nadieh Bremer, Anna Carreras, Jean-Jacques Duclaux (Eko33) and Julien Gachadoat.
Generative art is not a recent movement, it could be brought back to the 60s. Thanks to programs and codes, artists can generate forms and visual structures that are different and more complex every time.
Nadieh Bremer is a Dutch artist who aims to create sensational resonances in the viewer with her digital works, always defined by bright and joyful colours. Anna Carreras is a Spanish artist interested in creative communication. Her artworks result from a balance between chaos and order, which involve the viewer in an incredible experience.
Jean-Jacques Duclaux, known by the pseudonym of Eko33, is a claimed generative artist who started creating codes in 1999. His search focuses on non-figurative imaginary. Finally, Julien Gachadoat’s practice is linked to generative design based on dynamic monochrome structures printed by plotter.
Photo: Lucrezia Roda