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Rostik Litvak

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Rostik Litvak

Generative art is an exciting and innovative form of art that has gained popularity in recent years. At its core, generative art involves using algorithms, software, or other processes to create unique and often unexpected artworks. Unlike traditional art forms, which are often created entirely by hand, generative art allows for a degree of autonomy and unpredictability in the creation process. 

An advantage of generative art is its potential for interactivity. Rostik Litvak, the New York-based artist and musician, designs his generative artwork to be interactive, allowing viewers to engage with the artwork and become part of the creative process. Rostik always creates a unique visual experience that is different for each person who interacts with it and is transforming every second, creating an infinite number of images. 

One of the key benefits of generative art is its ability to create complex and intricate patterns and structures that continually transform and manifest in eternity. Using an algorithm Rostik Litvak creates artworks with intricate designs and patterns that are both beautiful and mathematically precise. Due to the parameters set by the artist, these patterns are completely random. 

Rostik Litvak creates fascinating and unique coded art. Although Rostik sets out parameters inside the code, the AI works freely within the framework, allowing it to create entirely new random forms every millisecond. Generative art by Rostik Litvak can generate multiple unique variations of an image and offers the viewer unlimited choices. The viewer can capture every millisecond from the generative art process by Rostik Litvak and decide which fragment from the artist's universe he wants to immortalize in a physical image. That is why every artwork’s title is the second when it was created: year, month, day, and time, such as for example 2021_10_21__14_45.
Although Generative Art has received increased attention in recent years, it is still underestimated by many who believe that computers do all the work. Digital art requires no less skills than traditional art but requires a completely different mindset. All these processes are indeed the results of a computer. Still, it is the artist who determines the aesthetics, composition, expression, and program parameters such as shape, color, and speed and applies his individual visual language.

The future of generative art is likely to be a convergence of technology, creativity, and human ingenuity. It will continue challenging conventional artistic practices, blur the lines between artist and machine, and inspire new ways of experiencing and appreciating art.

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