Golan Levin

Zoofolium 09, 2024

Pen-plot in Sakura white gel ink on acid-free, 460gsm Fedrigoni Sirio Ultra Black cardstock, accompanied by ERC-721 Token

24 x 18 inches

Series of 14 unique works

Zoofoliae by Golan Levin is a series of algorithmically generated pen-plotter drawings depicting multicellular organisms. Rendered with Sakura white gel ink on acid-free, 460gsm Fedrigoni Sirio Ultra Black cardstock, accompanied by ERC-721 Token.

About Golan Levin

Golan Levin (b.1972) is a Pittsburgh-based artist and educator, active in software art since 1995. His work explores intersections of machine code, visual culture, and critical making to highlight our relationship with machines and expand human creativity. Levin’s art is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, Tate London, ZKM Karlsruhe, and the Cooper-Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, and has been exhibited at venues like the Whitney Biennial, Victoria and Albert Museum, Ars Electronica, and ICA London. He holds degrees from MIT and has been a Professor of electronic art at Carnegie Mellon University since 2004. With Tega Brain, he co-authored Code as Creative Medium (MIT Press, 2021), a guide for creative coding educators.

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Details

Contract address: 0xb68ccdcd53b639d7e330cb9d0cf281ed220ae05d
Token Standard: ERC-721
Blockchain: Ethereum
Metadata: Frozen and decentralized
COA: Verisart Certified

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