Mario Carrillo

Mario Carrillo

Mario Carrillo

Mario Carrillo

Mario Carrillo

"As a computational artist, I am driven by a deep curiosity to explore the intersection of creativity and technology across various digital mediums. I strive to transform abstract concepts into visual experiences that evoke a profound sense of wonder".

"As a computational artist, I am driven by a deep curiosity to explore the intersection of creativity and technology across various digital mediums. I strive to transform abstract concepts into visual experiences that evoke a profound sense of wonder".

"As a computational artist, I am driven by a deep curiosity to explore the intersection of creativity and technology across various digital mediums. I strive to transform abstract concepts into visual experiences that evoke a profound sense of wonder".

"As a computational artist, I am driven by a deep curiosity to explore the intersection of creativity and technology across various digital mediums. I strive to transform abstract concepts into visual experiences that evoke a profound sense of wonder".

"As a computational artist, I am driven by a deep curiosity to explore the intersection of creativity and technology across various digital mediums. I strive to transform abstract concepts into visual experiences that evoke a profound sense of wonder".

  1. Mario Carrillo is a Mexican computational artist and creative coder, whose work spans graphics animations, generative systems, human-computer interaction, playful websites, and other digital mediums.

  2. Carrillo is fascinated by forms that play with the mind and stimulate cognitive processes, sometimes as an unexpected result of his exploration of moving images. He is interested in exploring the perception of form, motion, and colour through graphics and code.

  3. About 4 years ago, Carillo established his daily art practice, the results of which the artist shares on Instagram. He says that the habit has been fundamental as both a learning process and research for the future artworks.

  4. Carillo created the official music video ‘Cardano Circles’’ for Max Cooper’s immersive live show, ‘Seme’, commissioned by the Salzburg Easter Festival. The collaboration references Gerolamo Cardano’s “Cardano Circles” system from around 1570, and how the mechanism turns straight lines into circles, a process involved in early printing press technology in Italy.

  5. Together with Bawny and Kikillo, the artist has his works displayed as a stage set during the FerxxoCalipsis tour, in 2024.  

  1. Mario Carrillo is a Mexican computational artist and creative coder, whose work spans graphics animations, generative systems, human-computer interaction, playful websites, and other digital mediums.

  2. Carrillo is fascinated by forms that play with the mind and stimulate cognitive processes, sometimes as an unexpected result of his exploration of moving images. He is interested in exploring the perception of form, motion, and colour through graphics and code.

  3. About 4 years ago, Carillo established his daily art practice, the results of which the artist shares on Instagram. He says that the habit has been fundamental as both a learning process and research for the future artworks.

  4. Carillo created the official music video ‘Cardano Circles’’ for Max Cooper’s immersive live show, ‘Seme’, commissioned by the Salzburg Easter Festival. The collaboration references Gerolamo Cardano’s “Cardano Circles” system from around 1570, and how the mechanism turns straight lines into circles, a process involved in early printing press technology in Italy.

  5. Together with Bawny and Kikillo, the artist has his works displayed as a stage set during the FerxxoCalipsis tour, in 2024.  

  1. Mario Carrillo is a Mexican computational artist and creative coder, whose work spans graphics animations, generative systems, human-computer interaction, playful websites, and other digital mediums.

  2. Carrillo is fascinated by forms that play with the mind and stimulate cognitive processes, sometimes as an unexpected result of his exploration of moving images. He is interested in exploring the perception of form, motion, and colour through graphics and code.

  3. About 4 years ago, Carillo established his daily art practice, the results of which the artist shares on Instagram. He says that the habit has been fundamental as both a learning process and research for the future artworks.

  4. Carillo created the official music video ‘Cardano Circles’’ for Max Cooper’s immersive live show, ‘Seme’, commissioned by the Salzburg Easter Festival. The collaboration references Gerolamo Cardano’s “Cardano Circles” system from around 1570, and how the mechanism turns straight lines into circles, a process involved in early printing press technology in Italy.

  5. Together with Bawny and Kikillo, the artist has his works displayed as a stage set during the FerxxoCalipsis tour, in 2024.  

  1. Mario Carrillo is a Mexican computational artist and creative coder, whose work spans graphics animations, generative systems, human-computer interaction, playful websites, and other digital mediums.

  2. Carrillo is fascinated by forms that play with the mind and stimulate cognitive processes, sometimes as an unexpected result of his exploration of moving images. He is interested in exploring the perception of form, motion, and colour through graphics and code.

  3. About 4 years ago, Carillo established his daily art practice, the results of which the artist shares on Instagram. He says that the habit has been fundamental as both a learning process and research for the future artworks.

  4. Carillo created the official music video ‘Cardano Circles’’ for Max Cooper’s immersive live show, ‘Seme’, commissioned by the Salzburg Easter Festival. The collaboration references Gerolamo Cardano’s “Cardano Circles” system from around 1570, and how the mechanism turns straight lines into circles, a process involved in early printing press technology in Italy.

  5. Together with Bawny and Kikillo, the artist has his works displayed as a stage set during the FerxxoCalipsis tour, in 2024.  

  1. Mario Carrillo is a Mexican computational artist and creative coder, whose work spans graphics animations, generative systems, human-computer interaction, playful websites, and other digital mediums.

  2. Carrillo is fascinated by forms that play with the mind and stimulate cognitive processes, sometimes as an unexpected result of his exploration of moving images. He is interested in exploring the perception of form, motion, and colour through graphics and code.

  3. About 4 years ago, Carillo established his daily art practice, the results of which the artist shares on Instagram. He says that the habit has been fundamental as both a learning process and research for the future artworks.

  4. Carillo created the official music video ‘Cardano Circles’’ for Max Cooper’s immersive live show, ‘Seme’, commissioned by the Salzburg Easter Festival. The collaboration references Gerolamo Cardano’s “Cardano Circles” system from around 1570, and how the mechanism turns straight lines into circles, a process involved in early printing press technology in Italy.

  5. Together with Bawny and Kikillo, the artist has his works displayed as a stage set during the FerxxoCalipsis tour, in 2024.  

Selected group shows  

Seme, Salzburg Easter Festival, 28 March 2024 
Seme, Barbican London, 4-5 April 2024  
Featured artworks, FerxxoCalipsis Tour, 2024  
Design in Motion Festival, various public screens across the Netherlands, 2022  

Selected solo shows 

Rubicon, Bright Moments, Mexico City,  2022   
Seasons projection, Art Night Denver, Denver, 2022 Awards 

Selected press  

Finding Harmony Through Colour and Movement: A Conversation with Mario Carrillo, fx(hash), 2023 
Expresión y Código, MUTEK CDMX, 2023 
On Crypto Art's Mexican Roots, Right Click Save, 2023  

Selected group shows  

Seme, Salzburg Easter Festival, 28 March 2024 
Seme, Barbican London, 4-5 April 2024  
Featured artworks, FerxxoCalipsis Tour, 2024  
Design in Motion Festival, various public screens across the Netherlands, 2022  

Selected solo shows 

Rubicon, Bright Moments, Mexico City,  2022   
Seasons projection, Art Night Denver, Denver, 2022 Awards 

Selected press  

Finding Harmony Through Colour and Movement: A Conversation with Mario Carrillo, fx(hash), 2023 
Expresión y Código, MUTEK CDMX, 2023 
On Crypto Art's Mexican Roots, Right Click Save, 2023  

Selected group shows  

Seme, Salzburg Easter Festival, 28 March 2024 
Seme, Barbican London, 4-5 April 2024  
Featured artworks, FerxxoCalipsis Tour, 2024  
Design in Motion Festival, various public screens across the Netherlands, 2022  

Selected solo shows 

Rubicon, Bright Moments, Mexico City,  2022   
Seasons projection, Art Night Denver, Denver, 2022 Awards 

Selected press  

Finding Harmony Through Colour and Movement: A Conversation with Mario Carrillo, fx(hash), 2023 
Expresión y Código, MUTEK CDMX, 2023 
On Crypto Art's Mexican Roots, Right Click Save, 2023  

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visit@load-gallery.com

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Carrer Llull, 134, 08005 Barcelona, Spain

CONTACT

visit@load-gallery.com

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4 PM - 9 PM, Thursday - Saturday

Gallery admission is free

For collectors, artists and potential collaborators visits are available by appointment—please email us to arrange a private viewing

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