Riccardo Zanardelli (1976, Italy).

I like generative art. I have always did.

I create artworks using code incapsulated into web pages, manipulating algorithms and random numbers to create self-generated visuals every time different and unique. I have always been fascinated by the idea that technology could power a new type of artworks similar to the concept of "class" in computer science, i.e. generic types that are instantiated in the exact time they are seen by the spectator, thus allowing a real "perpetual standalone life" for the art object, which is normally static.

The first part of my activity has been concentrated between 2000 and 2004.
During this time I experienced a wide set of programing languages, finally landing on very simple solutions powered either by PERL, PHP, JAVASCRIPT or ACTIONSCRIPT.

- 2002: Instance City accepted into ArtBase
- 2003: HTMLDNA accepted into ArtBase
- 2004: NoTitle accepted into ArtBase
- 2004: ADS accepted into ArtBase
- 2004: Instance City @ The Biennale d'Art Contemporain de Montreal
- 2004-2014: mumbling...
- 2014: launch of the endless-objects.com initiative
- 2014: publish of NAMELESS CONSTRUCTOR