Art Meets Geek is where I write about all things in the web and digital realm that interest me. My interests include (but are not limited to): mid-nineties computer games, communications theory, new media art, computer science history, mac tips & tricks, design and coding. Thoughts on mobile devices, digital printmaking and photography will inevitably make its way here too. Along with math related stuff on chaos and complexity as I muddle my way through those topics and try to understand them. Also, expect to read stuff on future technologies, or the future as it was supposed to be. Places like EPCOT make me terribly nostalgic.
This isn’t a personal blog and I won’t be mentioning my art practice here at all. If you’re interested in that kind of thing please visit veritygriscti.com or my instagram account where I keep photos, sketchs and other bits and pieces from my art practice.
About the Author
I received a BFA from OCAD University in 2004 with a major in Printmaking. After graduation, my interests shifted to internet and software technologies. While initially seen as a pragmatic means to display my artwork I turned my technical skills and arts background into a freelance career as a web administrator and developer for the Toronto arts community. More significantly, digital themes related to generative design, seriality, and the artist’s role in creation influenced my studio practice.
I’ve participated in numerous group exhibitions including The Toronto Outdoor Art Show, and Eye Scream(s) II & III, the visual arts component of the Scream Literary Festival. I previously worked as the web administrator for the popular Canadian arts promotion site akimbo, and I built the award winning architectural research website, The Biographical Dictionary of Architects in Canada.