Generative Sculpture

Interactive Art

Who is doing the work? Machine? Algorithm? Or Human? Algorithm? Or Human? Will designers and artists be replaced by machines one day? Is it a darm? How will the further development of generative design influence the art world? How can anyone create generative art?


Generative design opens up a new world for many designers, in which the most diverse variants and possibilities can be tested within a very short time. It makes it possible to think and explore new designs that could not be made before. It is then up to the designer to use these designs, discard them, analyse them, develop them further or extract individual ideas.


In a series of interactive web experiments, I was working on a three-dimensional drawing tool that uses an algorithm together with input from a user to create generative, unique sculptures. The result is not only a tool, but also a series of posters that incorporate different styles and variations. This form of design tool can, of course, always be thought of further and transferred to other areas to create not only individual visual objects, but also entire series that are theoretically infinitely expandable.


To develop the interactive application I used the multi-purpose tool With the help of visual scripting, visual interactive web content can be created easily. As long as I have been working with it, I was particularly enthusiastic about the variety and the possibility of creating complex processes and sequences within a very short time without a single line of code.

The sound of this project.