Kryštof Pešek graduated from FAMU’s Center for Audio Visual Studies where he currently works as a lecturer. He works with open source tools, primarily processing, to produce generative visuals focused on particular issues related to computers, perception, art and society. He has also made DVDs and films which are entirely based on open algorithms, which determine the final appearance of the video through the form of “intelligent” concept, a set of rules and features that can be realized in different forms.
- Binary Studies (2014)
- Perfect Illusion of Motion (2011)
- Phenomenon 1-3 (2011)
- Collapsing Complexity (2010)
- Waltz of Determinism (2008)
- Phased Pigeons (2007)
- Dokumat (2007)
- The Return (2006)
- Shifting boundaries – Kryštof Pešek: Dokumat
- Diversity Versus Modesty – The Czech Contemporary Experimental Film Scene (Part Two)
- Blažíček, Martin (2013) “Places of Their Own: Technology and Art in the Post-Digital Age.” in. Rosenzveig, Eric and Pospiszyl, Tomas eds. (2013) CAS – Co to je? / What is it?, Prague: NAMU, pp. 92-97.
- Pospiszyl, Tomáš (2013) „Electronic Brushes, Celluloid Canvases, Digital Literature”, in. Rosenzveig, Eric and Pospiszyl, Tomas eds. (2013) CAS – Co to je? / What is it? Prague: NAMU, pp. 218-223