• 7Electrons Guest Artist - Andreas Nicolas Fischer
As I had mentioned in another article, I have an affinity for intricate lines in artwork.  And when it comes to thousands of delicate lines, you have my full attention.  
Andreas is a Berlin based artist who works with “generative systems, physical representation of data as well as visualizations of digital processes.”
Titled Schwarm II (Software), he writes “the software uses a swarm of particles to gradually create an abstract composition based on the color and composition of a series of photographs. The drawing agents behave according to a set of rules, but have a degree of autonomy.
When the software is being run it produces an infinite sequence of unique images over time.”
I want a large print of the first image.  I absolutely love it.  
Check out his site.
-Jinna
  • 7Electrons Guest Artist - Andreas Nicolas Fischer
As I had mentioned in another article, I have an affinity for intricate lines in artwork.  And when it comes to thousands of delicate lines, you have my full attention.  
Andreas is a Berlin based artist who works with “generative systems, physical representation of data as well as visualizations of digital processes.”
Titled Schwarm II (Software), he writes “the software uses a swarm of particles to gradually create an abstract composition based on the color and composition of a series of photographs. The drawing agents behave according to a set of rules, but have a degree of autonomy.
When the software is being run it produces an infinite sequence of unique images over time.”
I want a large print of the first image.  I absolutely love it.  
Check out his site.
-Jinna
  • 7Electrons Guest Artist - Andreas Nicolas Fischer
As I had mentioned in another article, I have an affinity for intricate lines in artwork.  And when it comes to thousands of delicate lines, you have my full attention.  
Andreas is a Berlin based artist who works with “generative systems, physical representation of data as well as visualizations of digital processes.”
Titled Schwarm II (Software), he writes “the software uses a swarm of particles to gradually create an abstract composition based on the color and composition of a series of photographs. The drawing agents behave according to a set of rules, but have a degree of autonomy.
When the software is being run it produces an infinite sequence of unique images over time.”
I want a large print of the first image.  I absolutely love it.  
Check out his site.
-Jinna
  • 7Electrons Guest Artist - Andreas Nicolas Fischer
As I had mentioned in another article, I have an affinity for intricate lines in artwork.  And when it comes to thousands of delicate lines, you have my full attention.  
Andreas is a Berlin based artist who works with “generative systems, physical representation of data as well as visualizations of digital processes.”
Titled Schwarm II (Software), he writes “the software uses a swarm of particles to gradually create an abstract composition based on the color and composition of a series of photographs. The drawing agents behave according to a set of rules, but have a degree of autonomy.
When the software is being run it produces an infinite sequence of unique images over time.”
I want a large print of the first image.  I absolutely love it.  
Check out his site.
-Jinna
  • 7Electrons Guest Artist - Andreas Nicolas Fischer
As I had mentioned in another article, I have an affinity for intricate lines in artwork.  And when it comes to thousands of delicate lines, you have my full attention.  
Andreas is a Berlin based artist who works with “generative systems, physical representation of data as well as visualizations of digital processes.”
Titled Schwarm II (Software), he writes “the software uses a swarm of particles to gradually create an abstract composition based on the color and composition of a series of photographs. The drawing agents behave according to a set of rules, but have a degree of autonomy.
When the software is being run it produces an infinite sequence of unique images over time.”
I want a large print of the first image.  I absolutely love it.  
Check out his site.
-Jinna

7Electrons Guest Artist - Andreas Nicolas Fischer

As I had mentioned in another article, I have an affinity for intricate lines in artwork.  And when it comes to thousands of delicate lines, you have my full attention.  

Andreas is a Berlin based artist who works with “generative systems, physical representation of data as well as visualizations of digital processes.”

Titled Schwarm II (Software)he writes “the software uses a swarm of particles to gradually create an abstract composition based on the color and composition of a series of photographs. The drawing agents behave according to a set of rules, but have a degree of autonomy.

When the software is being run it produces an infinite sequence of unique images over time.”

I want a large print of the first image.  I absolutely love it.  

Check out his site.

-Jinna

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