Professor Gerald Hushlak was born in Alberta where he continues his practice as a photographer, painter, and digital artist. After completing an MFA from the Royal College of Art, London, UK, Hushlak took up the position at the University of Calgary that has acted as the platform for his cross-disciplinary work in art and computer science. Hushlak has exhibited mural-size paintings in museums, built rapid prototype sculpture defined in a three dimensional modeling package titled Cinema 4-D, and plotted large lent Read more...icular and Giclee printed drawings derived from his own evolutionary computing software. He uses evolutionary computing techniques (BreederArt) to “breed” digital imagery from his photographs. The cutting edge art technology journal Leonardo featured his work as its cover story in the summer of 2007. Since the beginning of his art career, Hushlak has participated in 40+ one-person exhibitions in public museums and art galleries and numerous group exhibitions. His most recent one-man exhibition was held at the Chentang Zhuang Art and Technology Museum in Tianjin, China in 2017.
Skills: Digital print ink
Ghosts watching the flames
Ghosts after a forest fire
Deconstructed Cathedral- Reconstructed Altar