Algorithmic, mathematical and fractal art

These artists employ mathematical or algorithmic programs to draw their art. Many use programs available publicly, but some are themselves mathematicians and programmers who draw images by writing their own code. Some artists are purists, who publish their art exactly as the computer draws them to screen. Others engage in so-called post-processing, wherein the image is enhanced or manipulated, to a greater or lesser degree, to serve the purposes of the artist.

Artists listed in alphabetical order.

San Base
Dynamic Painting/Generative Art

Ante Barisic
Infinity

Pam Blackstone
Organica: Fractals

Karim Bouchnak
Karim Digital Kunst

Richard Canington
Algorithmic

Vlatko Ceric
Algorithmic

Charles Csuri
Self-Programmed

Myriam Di Miao
Digital Painting

Alex Dragulescu
Spam Architecture

Simon David Eden
Codagraphs

Fractalia
Fractal art

Roy F. Goldberg
Random and 3D Algorithmic

Juliette Gribnau
Fractals

Paul Griffitts
Mandelbulb 3D

Adam Harvey
Fantasies of Spam Email

Tom Hubbard
Abstract

Javier Infantes
Experimental

Drazen Jerkovic
Fractals

Lawrence Kasparowitz
Lost and Found

Casey Kotas
Digital Stream of Consciousness

Karin Kuhlmann
AbstraXness

Gunther Meliton
Mathematical and Digital

Brenda Molloy
Algorithmic/Mathematical/Fractal

Yvonne Mous
Fractals

Domenico Nadile
Fractal art

Shari Nees
Fractals / Algorithmic

Károly Németh
Fractals 2010
Fractals 2011
Fractals 2012

Janet Parke
Fractals

Philippe Pellissier
Fractals via KPT Fraxplorer

Debi Peralta
Apophysis

Mohrah Sakr
Fractal painting

Juergen Schwietering
Algorithmic

Rod Seeley
Fractal and digital art

Virginia Small
Hybrid art

Michael Sussna
Mathematical

LA Ulrich 1
Apophysis

LA Ulrich 2
Sterlingware2

Zlatko Zgonjanin
Apophysis Fractals

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