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Generative Art Summit Berlin

“It was an honor for me to participate in the ‘Tribute to Herbert W. Franke.’ I believe the project, with its blend of historical and contemporary generative art, was the perfect way to honor and celebrate Herbert’s legacy. This project managed to both digitize his extensive archives for future preservation and support and advocate for computer science education in Namibia in the long run.

I’m also excited and deeply grateful to be invited to the upcoming ‘Generative Art Summit,’ organized by art meets science – Foundation Herbert W. Franke. I believe it is a unique opportunity to create a dialogue across decades of generative artists. It bridges pioneers like Herbert with today’s artists, from the analog beginnings of generative art to the infinite opportunities of Web3 and artificial intelligence present nowadays.”

Stefano Contiero is an Italian-Dominican self-taught artist born in Bassano del Grappa (Italy).
During childhood, he developed a strong interest in technology and design, which first led to a career in tech, and later combined into generative art.
This perfect mix of algorithmic and visual arts is Stefano’s favorite medium. He explores self-reflection and expression through a continuous feedback loop between his subconscious and technology.
His parents’ often-clashing cultures and personalities gifted him a fragmented sense of belonging, which plays a big part in his inspiration and is key to understanding himself.
After developing his craft in solitude for many years, he became known for Frammenti (Art Blocks Curated Series 3) and Rinascita (Art Blocks Playground). In addition to creating digital art, nowadays, Stefano also explores ways to integrate physical media in his practice.