Abstractagraph – A generative artwork

This is a placeholder blog for a screen-based work, creating graphic images based upon rules of classical composition and my own motifs. It’s an idea I had in the 1980s when I was first programming on a Sinclair ZX Spectrum, but it never got past the drawing board stage. These days, I would use Linux-based programming tools and publish the code as open-source. I have made other generative works, but the original idea was to make a sprawling, encyclopeadic work that would save its images and rework them into new ones. It’s an idea that has been done many times before, but not by me.