art and design

Roman Verostko has pioneered the development and creative use of an artist's personal expert system. Recipient of the Golden Plotter First Prize (1994, Gladbeck, Germany) and an Ars Electronica honorable mention (1993), his work has been exhibited in major art and technology exhibitions on five continents. A past Board Member of the Inter-Society for Electronic Art and Program Director for the Fourth International Symposium on Electronic Art, Verostko has published articles and lectured internationally on the subject of Art and Algorithm. Recent work includes a binary version of a Universal Turing Machine illuminated with algorithmically generated designs. A Professor Emeritus of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, he currently resides in South Minneapolis, where he maintains an experimental studio with one work station reserved for research and development.

 Carnival, Pathway Series, Roman Verostko

Carnival, Pathway Series
ink on paper
36" X 24", 1989

 Pathway Series, Roman Verostko

Pathway Series
ink on paper
44" X 30", 1993

 Heaven and Earth, Roman Verostko

Heaven and Earth
ink on paper
36" X 24", 1991

 Nested Swallow, Roman Verostko

Nested Swallow
ink on paper
44" X 30", 1995

 Diamond Lake Apocalypse: Buddha, Roman Verostko

Diamond Lake Apocalypse:
ink on paper
22" X 30", 1992

 Scarab Series, Roman Verostko

Scarab Series
ink on paper
30" X 22", 1993

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Special Interest Group
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Last Updated:
November 26, 1997