Casey Reas is regarded as one of the most influential figures in modern-day generative art and creative coding. Reas co-founded Processing, the design-centric computer language which has become the foundation for a vast majority of today’s generative art. Since the early 2000s, his work has been showcased around the world in numerous solo and group exhibitions at institutions such as MoMA, ZKM Karlsruhe, bitforms, DAM, Phillips, Sotheby's, Christie's and others. Many of his most iconic pieces reside in the permanent collections of major museums, including V&A, Centre Pompidou and Whitney Museum of American Art. Reas also created Feral File, a group-oriented exhibition platform featuring several prominent artists. Reas’s typical long-form projects on Art Blocks and fxhash pay homage to the modernist aesthetics that inspired digital generative art. Meanwhile, his alternate identity, Caesuras, brings some of his most vibrant, bold and experimental work to the blockchain.