Art Blocks Presents
Edition of 1000 works
Brushpops is a generative system inspired by Roy Lichtenstein’s iconic work, where a random hash determines the composition of a series of abstract brush strokes. Lichtenstein’s original work has separated the brushstrokes from their original context, and now we take another step in the same direction, and separate the artist from the work. The artist has to relinquish control, and set the work free, where only some loosely-predetermined rules and a hash number will determine the actual outcome. The Brushstroke was detached from the painting, and it’s now detached from the artist as well....
Released on Aug 30, 2021 4:00 PM UTC
1000 works released
About the artist
Lives and works in Tel Aviv, Israel
Matty Mariansky is a Tel Aviv, Israel-based artist and founder of the “Rise of the Machines” community, which focuses on the intersection of culture and artificial intelligence. He works across the fields of machine learning, synthetic media, and generative art, and explores the ways natural beauty and creativ...