Roman has been an exhibiting artist since 1963. His earliest use of electronics consisted of synchronized audio-visual programs dating from 1967-68. In 1969, he had his first taste of algorithmic leverage, and thus set out to learn how to use it as an artist. In the early 80's he began experimenting with code and exhibited his first coded art.
Addie co-founded the R&D lab NORTD in 2006, which is in the final phases of open sourcing the laser cutter, Lasersaur. She's held fellowships at Eyebeam Atelier, CultureLabUK, HyperWerk Institute, and the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at CMU. In her free time, Addie enjoys making middle aged rich men uncomfortable, dropping off steep ledges and eating cake.
Libs is a textile artist. She's been designing and making quilts since 2009, and has always been drawn to the idea of taking a traditional and tactile art, like quilting, and marrying it with modern technology. Which is why she works from digital to analogue - combining the quick, random gratification of generative art with the intentional, slow-craft of quilting.