Kevin Kripper

Abiogenesis refers to the natural processes by which life developed from non-living matter. Electrochemical reactions played a center role in the development and sustenance of life—as they still do today. In this interactive installation, viewers are confronted with a black monolith depicting primitive lifeforms, elements and landscapes drawn with those electrochemical reactions.

Kevin Kripper is a generative artist whose work addresses a wide variety of topics, technologies and aesthetics. Some of these works have been exhibited and awarded at both art and science festivals. Since 2012 he has been developing digital tools that expand the creative possibilities of experimental artists from all over the world.