Convolutions is a real-time algorithmic animation system that was built specifically to spill across the architecture of the historic Kittredge Building. Built with Cacheflowe's personal creative coding framework called "Haxademic", the software runs continuously, displaying new combinations of patterns and effects that will never repeat the same image. The title (Convolutions) refers to the low-level graphical processing steps that encourage the organic ornamentations to dance around the surface of the building.

About the Artist:

Justin Gitlin, a.k.a. Cacheflowe (/ˈkaSH ˌflō/), is a creative coder, musician and multimedia artist based in Denver and Boston, USA. His disciplines have increasingly intertwined after spending two decades in parallel worlds of software development, music and multimedia production. Justin has built video games, interactive installations, web sites and mobile apps for clients like Nike, Google, and the Denver Art Museum. His work has been covered by major media outlets like NPR, Buzzfeed, and the New York Times, and has received awards from the FWA, Awwwards, and The One Club, among others. As a genre-crossing musician, Cacheflowe has released music and shared the stage with an array of innovative artists like Amon Tobin, Ulrich Schnauss, Ladytron, Machinedrum, Dizzee Rascal, Daedelus, and Nels Cline. As a visual artist, Justin creates algorithmic designs for print, apparel, physical products, music videos, art installations and brand design. His visual collaborations and original concepts have been shown at museums like the Smithsonian and MCA Chicago, at immersive art experiences like Meow Wolf and WAVE Festival, and independent galleries like Dateline (Denver), Space Debris (Instanbul), and GO Gallery (Amsterdam). Justin was a co-founding partner of Mode Set, Ello, OhHeckYeah and Plastic Sound Supply, and currently serves as the Director of Technology at Hovercraft Studio.