All artworks created using custom made software systems made by Stanza from the body of works called Amorphoscpes from 1996 to 2016
"These works form part of Stanza’s Amorphoscapes series (which he has been working on since 1996). Unlike existing web-based incarnations, these are limited-edition touch-screens which better demonstrate Stanza’s uncompromising ability to craft technology. These works are exquisitely executed. Aesthetically and technologically they are flawless, standing out vividly against a backdrop of new media art which can be clunky and ill-defined. Even to the untrained eye, or those uninitiated in new media arts, Stanza’s skills and outputs as an artist working with electronic technologies are apparent. " Charlotte Frost
The amorphoscapes code based series have been exhibited internationally over the last ten years (1995-2005). They have featured at Siggraph, won first prizes at festivals such at New Forms Canada and SeNef Korea. The online web based version have been featured on the BBC and touch screen versions have been exhibited at The Jerwoord Space, Tate Britain and Venice Bienalle. They have also been shown at many conferences and festivals around the world.
Also available as touch screen based works. Over the years there have been thre main updates.amorphoscapes I: Audio visual relationships between art and science....maybe. (1996- 2001) amorphoscapes II: Visual relationships disclosed by painting with code....maybe.(2003- 2004) amorphoscapes III. New aesthetic code responses disclosed by living systems...maybe. (2005)
Exhibitions: Touch screen exhibitions of the amorphoscapes artworks have taken place at the following selected venues.
Awards for this project Winner of first prize at SeNef Online Grand Prize Korea: 2002 Amorphoscapes have been presented on television on the ITV "The Web Review", and featured on Sonic Artsnet for the gallery channel, as welll as soundtoys, rhizome and sonify. 'Generator' was featured on the designers network. They were shown at transmediale in Germany, at cynet art in Dresden.
View video channel of these artworks.