Digital Shaman : Exploring the magic artistic relationship between humans and machines
Flan iLevick is an artist, designer and creative coder who has been creating and developing cultural projects where technology and art come together for more than 20 years, combining tools such as code, mathematics or artificial intelligence with art, design, music, drawing...
Symbolic creator of “technological souls”, his work is developed in a ritual and holistic way where he unites data, statistics and algorithms with a “sensitive karma” of emotions, ideas and memories, endowing each of his works with their own DNA and life .
His interest in integrating forms of thought to technology, as well as blurring the barriers between the machine and the human, has given rise to endless projects where art and conscious ideation dispel the barriers between software and hardware, encouraging collaboration between humans and thinking machines through visual languages understandable to all.
In his most personal projects, he focuses part of the process on drawing, one of the activities that most leads him to conscious meditative states that help him deal with his hearing disorders. On some occasions he uses the alter ego Runiko Randomiko.
He has participated in museums, exhibitions and events such as Sónar, Ted Vancouver, Solo Collection, OFFF Barcelona, Barcelona Design Museum, CCCB, Cisco Live, Blanc festival, Urvanity art, International Typography Congress, Mobile World Congress, CES LasVegas, IAM Weekend, OFFF Portugal, Hong Kong Design Institute...