Two interviews at Digimag
During year 2010 I had the stimulating pleasure of being interviewed two times for the wonderful online magazine Digimag. The interviewer was in both cases the architect, journalist, restless thinker and new friend Jeremy Levine.
The first time around it was just him and me, in a provoking back-and-forth that got me thinking about the common thread in my artistic works and the generative art practice. It was published in February as the cover feature of issue 51, under the beautiful title "Towards the Edge of Chaos" (and even more beautiful in Italian: "Verso i confini del caos").
A few months later Jeremy decided to raise the stakes and brought some interesting people in for a round-table dialogue about the current state of the generative practice. We debated cordially with Marius Watz and Mitchell Whitelaw. My personal feeling is we reached rather deep in a set of fascinating issues that involve artistic creation and cultural shifts in today's world. It is a bit of a long read, but I think it is worth it. You can find it under the title "Generative Practice: State of the Art" in issue 57 from last September.
Big thanks go to Jeremy and everyone involved in the commendable effort of producing Digimag (in two editions, English and Italian!) for the opportunity of putting production on hold for a bit and enabling a space to think and debate about what we are doing.