Moving digital, dynamic, generative, abstract web art
Feeling lucky? ... or Choose one:
These are generative digital art images (or "dynamic paintings"); they change constantly whilst keeping a composition.
With Ambient Music for mindfulness and meditation:
Robert Rich's deeply evocative ambient music can be played with his popup player.
On some of these works you will see audio controls for my choice of music (selected from BandCamp).
- the Ambient Sleeping Pill (web station or downloads/CDs)
- the Dark Ambient web station
- the Sleepbot Environmental Broadcast (web station or downloads/CDs)
- Lots of ambience by Eno , Budd , 12k, Robert Rich , etc.
Video Art, Prints, JPEGs and Other Media
Downloads and Prints
- 'Perpetual parts 1 to 4' - visual inspired by Robert Rich's music(Youtube)
- 'Air Vessels' Moving Painting video(Youtube)
- 'Sisk / ThoughtsInLight' Moving Painting video(Youtube)
- 'Satellites' Moving Painting video (Youtube)
- 'Ripples' Moving Painting video (Youtube)
- 'Blades' Moving Painting video (Youtube)
- 'Kite' Moving Painting video (Youtube)
- 'Trope Tributes' Moving Painting video (Youtube)
- 'Arc Scapes' Moving Painting video (Youtube)
San Base - a Canada-based digital artist producing surreal, enigmatic and calming dynamic paintings.
Why - Art for Waiting Rooms?
Much that's intriguing in art and music can emerge from combining rich elements with a guide but not a goal. Like evolution, if there is a diverse "ecosystem" and someone or something selecting the best combinations, then the best of the unexpected can emerge.
I've been experimenting with processes to combine images, for a long time. Starting with a few photographs or drawings, I set the layout, kick the process off, and see the millions of combinations emerge. I take the more promising results, treat them and save them - or put them back as new raw material.
All those waiting-room displays, with advertisements: couldn't they instead show a dynamic painting, one that always changes, but is always interesting and, like a sky- or cloud-scape, always familiar?
Please enjoy and feel free to comment and get in touch.
Go to a Slow Painting... (Or just wait to be taken there. Click on any painting to randomly reload). And I recommend you take a look at the Electric Objects EO1 digital art panel: these works are designed to be displayed on it.