//Algorithmic_Duality

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//Algorithmic_Duality

The focus of this thesis is to propose new methodologies of creating work using algorithms, specifically through a new method of hybridization of writing and coding called Pseudocode. I will examine new possibilities for creating both linear painting and digital drawings, such as in my //Spectrum series, and will also explore issues concerning terms given for our current era, and the institutionalization of digital art in the market. I will ultimately display that the incorporation of algorithms extends beyond current definitions of painting and digital art, and is instead an act of translation and ideation, such that the work stands as a symbol for either the idea of Painting or Digital art through its medium specificity, while remaining intrinsically linked to the other through its algorithmic origin.