Is a London-based artist who works at the intersection of technology and traditional art. He uses code as drawing material to blur the boundaries between machine and hand-made visuals.
Our world is rapidly changing - creativity must evolve to meet these future challenges. Through creative coding, by linking painting with building experimental software, Batchelor makes paintings that are much more than just a surface; they are interactive applications, animated, audible, data-driven and inter-medial.
Driven by the desire to make distinctive and affecting experiences, Batchelor creates interactive, video and still artwork within this unexplored universe.
Alongside his artwork, he actively publishes papers and research centring on the development of code combined with drawing - developing tools and technology alongside art that aid in the expressive potential of computers.
Please send an email for any inquiries about gallery and museum exhibitions, screenings, installations, workshops and press.
Also available for commissions for music videos, editorial illustrations, book covers, feature film motion graphics and art direction, live concert visuals, album artwork and more.
Some of the artworks are available for licensing. Please inquire for more information.
2019 – Event 2 @ The RCA: 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 – Victoria & Albert Museum: Digital Design Weekend 2019, 21.09.19 - 22.09.19, London, UK
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
2020 – Aesthetica Magazine April/May Issue
2019 – EVA Proceedings: A Framework For Future Paintings. British Computing Society
SHOWS & PROJECTS.
2019 – Victoria & Albert Museum: Digital Design Weekend 2019, London, UK
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 – Undergrad Dissertation: Interactive Colour Paths. NCCA, Bournemouth University, UK
2015 – NCCA Best Report of the Year. NCCA, Bournemouth University, UK