The Digitalism series of “Digital art” is an expanded sense of contemporary art using methods of digital media.

Digitalism art can be purely computer-generated by algorithmic art or taken from other sources such as scanned photographs or drawings, although the term may be applied technically to art created using media modified by a computer processor such as a program, microcontroller or any electronic system capable of interpreting an input to generate a conceptual output; digitized text data and raw audio and video recordings are not usually considered digital art in themselves, but they are part of the spectrum.

Allan Banford’s new body of media artworks “Digitalism” are created by an algorithm developed by the artist that decode characters or number combinations into 20 million pixels colour sequences depicted on a rectangle or square format, every single work is unique and it can only be recalled by typing the same original combination.

Catalogue and works available.