Stuart Faromarz Batchelor is a fine artist and computational painter who combines physical media with computer processes, showcasing a beautiful union between traditional and programmatic art techniques.

“Painting with code and coding with paint”.

Private and corporate commissions undertaken.

London, UK.


Formerly a computer graphics engineer and interactive developer for commercial installations, Stuart’s current work focuses on combining physical and intuitive drawing with computer processes and complex systems.

Building his own software and hardware, Stuart seeks to develop tools and technology alongside art that aid in the expressive potential of computers.

By examining life using both the painter’s observational eye and the algortist’s procedural logic, Stuart combines gesture with data, physical understanding with procedural design - discovering ideas through the performance of artmaking by engaging all senses when using the computer.


Working between coding and painting in the same session, Stuart creates generative, moving, still and installation pieces to explore visual phenomena and the relationship between maths, nature and our perception of meaning.



2019 Royal College of Art: Event 2, London, UK

2019 Maxilla Space: Intelligent Matter, London, UK

2019 Ugly Duck: Anamorphic Waves, London, UK

2019 Saatchi Art: The Other Art Fair, London, UK

2019 Loosen Art: Bodies In Movement, Rome, Italy

2019 ArtNumber23: Alpha Theta, London, UK

2018 ACM SIGGRAPH: The Urgency Of Reality In A Hyper-Connected Age, Online

2017 – Framestore Labs: Ford Hubs. Westfield World Trade Center, NY, US

2017 – Framestore Labs: Morgan Stanley #EagleUp. TPC Sawgrass, FL, US

2016 – Framestore Labs: Samsung Gear S3 World Choir. Piccadilly Circus, London, UK

2016 – Framestore Labs: Tate Modern: Explore Space. Tate Modern Switch House, London, UK

2015 – Framestore Labs: Morgan Stanley Digital Signage. Time Square, NY, US

2015  Interactive Colour Paths: Image Processing for an Interactive Painting. NCCA, Bournemouth University, UK


2019 Royal College of Art: A Framework For Future Paintings. 15.07.19, London, UK

2019 EVA: A Framework For Future Paintings. 11.07.19, London, UK

2019 EVA: Event 2 Preview Panel. 09.07.19, London, UK

2019 FLUX: Intelligent Matter Roundtable. Artist Speaker. 24.05.19, London, UK

2019 FLUX: SOCIAL. Artist Speaker. 30.04.19, London, UK


2019 EVA Proceedings: A Framework For Future Paintings. British Computing Society


2019 Royal College of Art: Generative Painting Workshops. 17.07.19, London, UK

2019 Intelligent Matter: Generative Painting Workshops. 25.05.19 - 26.05.19, London, UK


2015 BFA 1st Class in Computer Visualization and Animation. NCCA, Bournemouth University, UK


2015 NCCA Best Report of the Year. NCCA, Bournemouth University, UK

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