Algorithmic Composition and Permeable Boundaries

Studio Artist user Otto Laske has recently put together 2 very interesting pdf documents that discuss his approach to algorithmic composition for the creation of digital fine art. These include an Ebook on "Digital Esthetics", and a shorter pdf discussion called "Permeable Boundaries", which has some additional personal reflections on his approach to making digital fine art. I thought both of these documents would be of interest to some of our Studio Artist users, so i've made both of them available here for download.

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Great post, very interesting! I shall keep these PDF's for a while

Very nice! Thank you very much :)

Otto, your work is outstanding and thank you for sharing your thoughts!

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