Saskia Freeke is an artist, creative coder, interaction designer, visual designer and educator based in Amsterdam. Her work is outstandingly “rich” and her approach is ultra-dynamic.
In January 2015. she started the daily art project, publishing generative patterns and animations every day. She created an amazing experiment, she didn’t stop to publish for four years and she is still publishing.
“In my work, I create both digital and physical work. From my daily digital artworks, I explore ways to make work physical with the use of digital fabrication. You can think of laser-cut structures from wood, laser cut paper and printed designs.”, Freeke wrote on her official site.
Year 4 of making daily art! ✨
Wouldn't ever thought that this would go on so long! 😃
Thank you all for your support, kind messages and likes! 💜
Let's see what 2019 will bring! 🌟 pic.twitter.com/VrxCdI9T9G
— Saskia Freeke (@sasj_nl) December 31, 2018
Her work is focused on structure, geometry and playfulness, as she stated on her site.
“Besides these graphical artworks, I’m interested in creating novel, tangible interfaces. My research focuses on the cultural aspect of the interface, on the space between the human and the machine. I’m is interested in exploring the affect of what certain interactions and interfaces have, both on the human and the machine. I want to create interactive installations that engage the user in playful ways to let them explore the machine and see the technology we are using daily in a different way.”, she explains.
Enjoy some of her inspiring “Geometric Animations”:
— Saskia Freeke (@sasj_nl) April 14, 2019
— Saskia Freeke (@sasj_nl) April 13, 2019
— Saskia Freeke (@sasj_nl) April 11, 2019
— Saskia Freeke (@sasj_nl) April 8, 2019
— Saskia Freeke (@sasj_nl) April 7, 2019
— Saskia Freeke (@sasj_nl) April 5, 2019