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C.E.B Reas | Designer
C.E.B. Reas

C.E.B. Reas (b. 1972, USA) lives and works in Los Angeles where he is a Professor at UCLA's Department of Design Media Arts. His software, prints, and installations have been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions at museums and galleries in the United States, Europe, and Asia. He recently completed Chronograph, a site-specific software mural for the new Frank Gehry-designed
home of the New World Symphony in Miami and Signals, a commissioned mural for building 76 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Reas co-founded Processing, an open source programming language and environment, with Ben Fry in 2001.

TI, 2004
Reas visualises complex computer programmes. Here we can see an installation made up of code:
a visualisation of algorithms. The sets of computation code provide rules and instructions that
define the movements, colours and shapes in the visuals you see here.

Wooden disks, projections and custom software (Processing)

Courtesy of the artist and bitforms gallery nyc.

Other Works by C.E.B Reas

From the Exhibition
T1, 2004
Echoes of the Past | Graduates 2015
Adi Hamer
In an era of technological inundation, it was nice to remember that until not so long ago there was a likable and essential object in use called "the scarecrow"
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Israeli design at Barcelona Design Week 2014
The Mayors of Barcelona & Holon announced the participation of Israel as guest country of the Barcelona Design Week 2014 during a visit to the Design Museum Holon.
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Breaking the language of design: semioclastics in the world of industrial design
Jonathan Ventura & Galit Shvo
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