What is Generative Art?
It refers to art wholly or partly created through a special autonomous system. In this context, the autonomous system can be an independent or a non human one, capable of determining its features that would otherwise be determined by the artist. The generative system can take the creator's role or his artistic creator. Generative art is often used to refer to the algorithmically computer generated work.Artwork by Sol LeWitt
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ARTWORKS RELATED TO GENERATIVE ART
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Limited Edition Print
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