Manfred Mohr-style Generative Art in TouchDesigner - Tutorial

Manfred Mohr is one of the early pioneers of generative and algorithmic art, working with computer code to create art in the late 1960s and 1970s. During this time period, Mohr experimented with a computer-controlled plotter to create a wide variety of minimalist, monochrome works of art that often worked with the cube as a main compositional component. In this video, Jack DiLaura walks you through building a generative artwork in TouchDesigner inspired by Mohr’s minimalist, geometric style.