About

Sarah Ridgley, Generative Artist, Holding Computer
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Hello! My name is Sarah Ridgley, and I’m a generative artist and creative coder.

My work focuses on exploring the space between the hand-drawn and the computer-drawn and trying to blur those boundaries. I use Processing (p5js) and JavaScript to build my programs, and I design my own algorithmic brushes to complete each piece.

All my work is the result of highly-ordered chaos. This means that I write very organized instructions to direct the code, but then introduce random parameters so that the computer can try out an infinite variety of results. You can read more about the various programs I’ve made at https://glaem.com.

Group Exhibitions

April – November, 2022 – PERSONAL STRUCTURES, European Cultural Centre, Venice, Italy

April, 2022 – POEM = WORK OF ART, DFC Digital Francisco Carolinum

March, 2022 – Artists Who Code, Vellum LA + Artsy, Los Angeles, CA

December, 2021 – The Digital, ARTXCODE, Miami Beach, FL

November, 2021 – Inaugural Collection, theVERSEverse

May, 2021 – Exhibition 6: Calculated Objects,  GLRY Gallery

March, 2021 – Multi-Dimensional, CAE Gallery, Van Buren, AR

Selected Works

Memory of Nymphaeas – Endless Ways

The Lover’s Case : Generative Poetry Series  – theVERSEverse

Himinn – Art Blocks

Unraveling – Rarible

Valentines 2019

Interviews

The Tokenizer

Minters & Makers Podcast Feb 17, 2022

Beyond the Art with Chuck Grimmett

After Dinner Mints with Art Blocks & Ponyo

The Tickle Issue #22

Himinn at the NFT Art Biennale in Venice, Italy