Approaching Sustainability: Generative Art, Complexity, and Systems Thinking

  • ©ISEA2019: 25th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Aleksandra Dulic and Miles Thorogood, Approaching Sustainability: Generative Art, Complexity, and Systems Thinking
  • ©ISEA2019: 25th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Aleksandra Dulic and Miles Thorogood, Approaching Sustainability: Generative Art, Complexity, and Systems Thinking
  • ©ISEA2019: 25th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Aleksandra Dulic and Miles Thorogood, Approaching Sustainability: Generative Art, Complexity, and Systems Thinking
  • ©ISEA2019: 25th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Aleksandra Dulic and Miles Thorogood, Approaching Sustainability: Generative Art, Complexity, and Systems Thinking
  • ©ISEA2019: 25th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Aleksandra Dulic and Miles Thorogood, Approaching Sustainability: Generative Art, Complexity, and Systems Thinking
  • ©ISEA2019: 25th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Aleksandra Dulic and Miles Thorogood, Approaching Sustainability: Generative Art, Complexity, and Systems Thinking
  • ©ISEA2019: 25th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Aleksandra Dulic and Miles Thorogood, Approaching Sustainability: Generative Art, Complexity, and Systems Thinking

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  • Approaching Sustainability: Generative Art, Complexity, and Systems Thinking

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  • Generative art provides new opportunities for creating sustainable and resilient communities. We discuss three key elements important for the relationship between generative art and sustainability: Dynamic composition, Interdisciplinary development, and Community. Each of these elements is analyzed in relationship to exemplary artwork. We conclude with a discussion of the artwork Journey of a Pod that demonstrates how these three elements play a key role in the artwork development.

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