Kim Asendorf is a conceptual media artist and works in a large area of digital related art. He loves to transport things from the internet into the real life and back. Kim did several net.art projects, often based on data taken from the internet or gathered from other individuals through the internet. He works very experimental with generative strategies, physical computing, data and glitch. Most of his works leads into installations, sculptures, visualizations and abstract geometric art, but also into applications, animated gifs or noisy sounds. In 2010 he coined the term “pixel sorting”, an algorithmic image manipulation process with unique results. Born in 1981 in Achim, near Bremen. Trained as an industrial electrician in 1999 at Daimler. Studied four semesters of computer science at Technical University of Bremen. From 2006 till 2011 he studied at the School of Art and Design Kassel with a focus on Media & Social Hacking, Net.art & New Media Art and Creative Coding.
Currently new media research assistent at the School of Art and Design Kassel.