Connie Bakshi is a transmedia artist and experiential designer who blends technology, art, and science to create thought-provoking works that explore the human experience in the era of emerging AI. With a background in both Environmental Design and Biomedical Engineering, Connie approaches her art and design from an idiosyncratic perspective.
Sofia Garcia, founder of Code/Art, a non-profit that teaches girls to code and make art, talks about the FemGen movement which celebrates the works of women in generative art, the importance of girls being vocal about their work and overcoming creative blocks.
Sarah Ridgley is a generative artist who uses code and algorithmic brushes to create organic shapes and lines that reflect the collaboration between humans and computers. She believes in the importance of the FemGen movement, which advocates for the inclusion and representation of women in the web3 community.
In this interview, Ana Maria Caballero, a web3 poetry pioneer and artist, talks about her experiences as a coder, her role models and teachers, and the significance of iteration and repetition in delivering important messages.