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Raven Kwok:  New Work

Raven Kwok (aka 郭   锐文), who has previously been featured in Cross Connect, is a visual artist / animator / programmer mainly focused on exploring generative visual aesthetics brought by computer algorithms and software processes. In 2014, Kwok graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with the M.F.A. degree in Electronic Arts. His work has been screened and exhibited at many film festivals.  

Many programmers create generative art;  few have the ability to create work that is as beautful and compelling to watch both in terms of motion and design.

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