Tyler Hobbs is a visual artist from Austin, Texas, exploring the intersection of computational aesthetics, nature and technology. Through his use of algorithms, plotters and paint, Hobbs delves into how biases in computer hardware and software shape our digital experiences and their connection to the organic world. Hobbs has showcased his drawings, paintings and digital works in solo exhibitions, including Progress at Galería Dos Topos in Mexico, Incomplete Control at Bright Moments Gallery in New York and QQL:Analogs at Pace Gallery. Inspired by luminaries like Sol LeWitt and Agnes Martin, Hobbs draws from their mathematically-minded compositions and meticulous art-making approaches allowing randomness to play a vital role. With a degree in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Austin, he combines his technical expertise with artistic vision to push the boundaries of generative and digital art.