29: Anneke Van Ritter

I use the vibrant colors and gradients found in traditional Chinese art and my passion for digital technology. I use colorful gradients as a central element in my print work.

I am particularly interested in exploring the relationship between tradition and innovation, and I use my art to comment on the ways in which the past and present intersect. My work is also inspired by the potential of new technolo- gies to create new forms of artistic expression and to challenge traditional notions of art and perception.

In my practice, I often use a combination of traditional Chinese art tech- niques and new media technologies such as digital imaging, programming, and generative algorithms to create pieces that are both visually striking and conceptually engaging. I use colorful gradients as a way to explore the beauty and complexity of the natural world, and as a way to express my cultural heri- tage. I am also a fan of the musician Warren Zevon and old horror movies.