Patricio Gonzalez Vivo (1982, Buenos Aires, Argentina) is an artist and developer based in New York. He explores interstitial spaces between organic and synthetic, analog and digital, individual and collective. In his work he uses code as an expressive language with the intention of developing a better together.

Patricio studied and practiced psychotherapy and expressive art therapy. He holds an MFA in Design & Technology from Parsons The New School, where he now teaches. Currently he works as a Graphic Engineer at Mapzen making openSource mapping tools.

Jen Lowe is a writer and researcher based in Brooklyn. Jen taught at NYU ITP and SVA's Design for Social Innovation program. She was a researcher at the Spatial Information Design Lab at Columbia University, and she cofounded the School for Poetic Computation. She's spoken at SXSW and Eyeo, and contributed ideas at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. Her work has been published in Scientific American and covered by The New York Times and Fast Company. Jen is also a member of deeplab, a collaborative group of women researchers, artists, writers, engineers, and cultural producers.

About

The evolution of the internet has transformed the way we create, collect and appreciate art. FRAMED is a platform that brings the world of digital art into the everyday.

We provide artists with a versatile, state-of-the-art digital canvas that fosters new forms of interactive, generative, and software-based art, and allows them to share their creations with audiences across the globe.

Go to Gallery to see what our community of pioneering artists are publishing to the platform.

Go to Products to learn more about our meticulously designed digital art displays.

For artists

FRAMED for Artists is currently in private beta. You can request an invite here.