Project Dialogue is a community-based arts project encouraging innovation in the application of advanced software tools to create what is popularly referred to as “generative art”.
The project is coined as a “Dialogue” whereby the participants are “conversing” through the act of curiosity-driven exploration, creative experimentation and self-expression through the co-creation of a work of art.
As the project evolved, the Aletheia Guild approached Canada’s 1st indigenous FabLab — FabLab ONAKI — to collaborate with theSpace autism centre to design and fabricate custom frames (see image below).
The Inspiration — Inaugural Tech + Art Event ( May 2019 at Canvaspop) featuring Tinkersynth creator Josh Comeau
In Josh’s words: “It [Tinkersynth] lets you create unique generative art by making serendipitous discoveries through experimentation. More concretely, Tinkersynth is a design tool where you build art by poking at sliders and buttons. The goal isn’t to provide a linear path to a specific piece of art, but rather to encourage experimentation. Tinkersynth prioritizes being delighted by unexpected effects rather than creating an intuitive, predictable tool.”