Blurred Lines

Blurred Lines is the art exhibition for Expressive 2014: a conference co-located with SIGGRAPH, merging Computational Aesthetics, Non-Photorealistic Animation and Rendering, and Sketch-Based Interfaces and Modelling. Blurred Lines refers to a line quality seen in Non-Photorealistic Rendering (NPR), and to the sometimes ambiguous nature of author in artworks that use computer-run algorithms to generate all or some of their content.

Exhibiting Artists

  • Ben Bogart
  • Matthew Bushell
  • Steve DiPaola
  • Generative Media Project (Jim Bizzocchi, Arne Eigenfeldt, Philippe Pasquier, Tom Calvert, Miles Thorogood, Le Fang, Justine Bizzocchi)
  • Ben Grosser
  • Kenneth Newby and Aleksandra Dulic
  • Generate (Malcolm Levy, Jesse Scott, Patrick Daggitt, Leó Stefánsson, Rafael Puyana, Sarah Cole-Burnett, David Schwartz, Adam Marshall, Chris Coldeway, Zefan Sramek, Martin Schueller)
  • Andrew McLaren
  • Andres Wanner

Blurred Lines Exhibition

Concourse Gallery at Emily Carr University of Art + Design
Saturday, 9 August 2014

7–8pm: Private reception for Expressive 2014 delegates and exhibiting artists
8–11pm: Public opening

The opening will feature algorithmic music and generated graphics by:

  • GERP
  • Spectrum Interview
  • Scott Riesterer
  • Generate
  • Chao Feng