"Amos Satterlee's presents work based on how simple rules can generate highly complex arrangements. Originating in the 1970s with the development of computer simulations called cellular automata, Satterlee positions himself at a step removed from the creation of appearance in his art; the colors and patterns are arranged by a computer spontaneously reacting to predetermined code. The resulting works have a spectral quality that is inherent in digitally based art; the formats are largely determined by the media of presentation, whether they are printed out or they are flickering GIFs on the computer screen. They are infinitely variable and reproducible."
-- Lars Kremer
All prints on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag, 13 x 19 inches.