From June 9 until the end of August works from my Wisteria and Tips & Tricks series are exhibited at Kiez Kaffee Kraft in Berlin Pankow. Here you can find more information about the works on display, the process behind the works and their availability and pricing.
~ Richard Boeser
Wisteria's images feel chaotic and digital up close, but with more distance, structures emerge and the works get a painterly organic quality.
The works from the Wisteria series are sold at one size only: 50.8 x 76.2 cm. (20 x 30 inch). Printed on HahneMühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth paper. Each print is numbered and signed and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Note that the print does not come with a frame.
More works from this series are available here.
This series is very playful and diverse. A large variety exists in how dense, chaotic or colorful the images become. Some structures appear almost 3 dimensional, while others are more subtle in their charms.
The works in the exhibition are either sized DIN A2 (42 × 59.4 cm.) or DIN A0 (84.1 × 118.9 cm.). Printed on HahneMühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth paper. Each print is numbered and signed and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Note that the print does not come with a frame.
Price A2: €150 (works: #3, #4, #5, #6, #8, #9)
Price A0: €350 (works: #1, #2, #7)
To order one of the works send me an email at email@example.com and mention the title of the work. From there we'll sort everything.
If picking up the work at the café is not an option, I'd be happy to deliver it in person in Berlin or ship it anywhere in the world.
By default I sell the prints unframed. In case you'd like to buy a work including the frame used in the exhibition, I can provide that at cost price. All frames used in the exhibition are by Halbe Rahmen and use museum glass. Not cheap, but very good.
To create these images I wrote a computer program. In this program I define how the image is generated.
Randomness is an important part of this process. Many of the parameters that define the image have a random component. The colors get picked from a base palette defined by me, but are then allowed to change and mix. Structures emerge from underlying noise patterns that are different every time. Chaos, density and many other parameters vary each time an image is generated. Every time I run the program a unique image is created. And often the output manages to surprise me.
My role as the artist is to find a system that allows for richness and complexity. To give the system freedom without it becoming pure chaos. To set its boundaries so it remains coherent, but can still surprise time after time.
My name is Richard Boeser. I work as a generative artist and independent game designer. Originally from Rotterdam, the Netherlands, I now live in Berlin, Germany.
After studying industrial design I developed myself as an independent game designer releasing several games. More recently I have found a new direction in my practice as a generative artist exploring coding as a means of creative expression.
For an overview of my work, visit richardboeser.com.