Roman Verostko
Since 2003
Works in Minneapolis, Minnesota United States of America

Roman Verostko, born in Western Pennsylvania in 1929, maintains an experimental studio in Minneapolis where he has developed original algorithmic procedures for creating his art. Active as an exhibiting artist since 1963, his earliest use of electronics consisted of synchronized audio-visual programs dating from 1967-68. Aware of the awesome power of algorithmic procedure he began experimenting with code and exhibited his first coded art programs in 1984. In 1987 he modified his software with interactive routines to drive paint brushes mounted on a pen plotter