SCHWARM III + Karst / Andreas Nicolas Fischer

SCHWARM is a generative process.

The software uses a swarm of particles to gradually create an abstract composition based on a series of photographs. The drawing agents behave according to a set of rules, but have a degree of autonomy. Each time the software is being run it produces an infinite sequence of unique images over time.

Andreas Nicolas Fischer (*1982, Munich, Germany) concerns himself with the physical manifestation of digital processes and data through generative systems to create sculptures, videos, prints and installations.

He holds an MA from the Berlin University of the Arts, where he studied in professor Joachim Sauter’s class. The artist lives and works in Berlin.

Schwarm III, also Karst

Schwarm III (weiss, rot); 90 × 60 cm; Lambda-print

Schwarm III (blau); 90 × 60 cm; Lambda-print

Schwarm III (violett); 90 × 60 cm; Lambda-print

Schwarm III (schwarz, weiss); 90 × 60 cm; Lambda-print

The Future Order; 180 × 108 cm; C-print

Dust; 180 × 108 cm; C-print