Generativity: Fluffy Chaos

Fluffy Chaos is the first book of the Generativity series.


It explores the spaces of generative visuals. Spaces in which the laws of nature become entangled with programming code to describe possible scenarios.

The books of the series showcase the images and the code used to produce them. (here is the code used for Fluffy Chaos)

The code can be executed using the Processing language (

SONORIA2 a noise sound toy for iPhone and iPad

Sonoria 2 “a voyage into noise” is an intense experience.

Tap your fingers, move them on the screen, tap patterns and massive sweeps: you will see the screen furiously animating with colour and forms, and the sounds will shape accordingly, bringing you to far away places, from the depths of industrial nightmares, to the weird noises of outer space.

Fully multitouch enabled. works beautifully on both iPhone and iPad.





Nuclear Anxiety at the Live Performers Meeting

Nuclear Anxiety will be at the Live Performers meeting in Rome.


From May 19th to May 22nd in the Sensible Data section of the Live Performers meeting.

Final performance on May 22nd at 9pm.

NuclearAnxiety at the Live Performers Meeting

Nuclear Anxiety is a global performance giving a voice to the planetary discussion on nuclear energy.

People worldwide have been discussing about nuclear energy using social networks and the Nuclear Anxiety global performance has been created to narrate the story of this ubiquitous discussion.
Fear, doubts, ideas, hopes, wishes of people worldwide, across countries and cultures feel the need to understand the planet’s energetic future.

Nuclear Anxiety will be LPM’s Sensible Data section final performance.


Participate to the performance!

Everyone is invited to join:

use the #nuclearanxiety hashtag on social networks to contribute text, ideas, images, videos, sounds and whatever comes to your mind and can be linked on the web.

All the contributions will form the content of the performance and you will be given full credit for your contribution on the website, including name (or nickname used on social networks) and link to your social network profile or website.

Please participate to this global discussion on the energetic future of the planet.

Nuclear Anxiety was born on right after the Fukushima disaster in Japan, when penelope.di.pixel launched a call for action on the dangers brought on by nuclear energy. AOS, Art is Open Source answered by producing NuclearAnxiety, at the address:

Here a realtime map shows the live discussions on social networks about nuclear energy and the energetic future of the planet.

Up to now 127000 contributions by 41000 users from 16000 locations, using 29 languages have already participated to the global performance: raise your voice, too!

And take action for the future of the planet.


Fund Raising

NuclearAnxiety is raising funds for the creation of an event in which multiple artists from around the world will participate in describing their vision for the energetic future of the planet.

You can support this cause by purchasing the NuclearAnxiety applications for iPhone and iPad and by donating money to Art is Open Source

Purchase one or both of the applications on the App Store:

NuclearAnxiety for iPhone

NuclearAnxiety Benefit Edition for iPhone

(this last one is being approved by Apple’s reviewers just now, click back in a few days)

Or donate to Art is Open Source using PayPal to support the creation of the event:




Further Information

more info at:

and at

Info about the Live Performers Meeting at:

Info about the Sensible Data section of the Live Performers Meeting at:


Sonoria a sound toy for iPhone and iPad

SONORIA is a sound toy for iPhone and iPad.

It is a part of an upcoming series of musical toys which can be used for fun or for artistic performances.

SONORIA is particularly oriented towards noise, suggestive, deep musical soundscapes.

Touch the screen to produce sounds.

Combine touch with phone rotation to change panning and other sound parameters.



the life of things

barcodes come to life

the Life of Things lets you peek into the secret lives of products and objects by transforming their barcodes into generative digital lifeforms.

the Life of Things

the Life of Things

done with Processing

there also is a small library i wrote to integrate in processing sketches the ZXING barcode decoding library.

See the little gadget here:

download the library and documentation here: