Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen
170 cm × 300 cm,  Oil on canvas
Hypo-Kulturstiftung, Munich
130 cm × 100 cm,  Oil on canvas
Allianz Art Collection, Munich
180 cm × 240 cm,  Oil on canvas
Exhibition, London
89 cm × 64 cm,  Oil on canvas
Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst
Various sizes,  Oil on canvas
Exhibition, San Francisco
Various sizes,  Oil on canvas
Material Goods, New York
170 cm × 300 cm,  Oil on canvas
Private Collection, Paris
100 cm × 140 cm,  Oil on canvas
HGContemporary, New York
280 cm × 200 cm,  Oil on canvas
Deutsches Museum, Munich
Phillips Auction, New York
100 cm × 75 cm,  Oil on canvas
Allianz Art Collection, Germany
140 cm × 100 cm,  Oil on canvas
Exhibition, Bamberg
275 cm × 170 cm,  Oil on canvas
Private Collection, Austria
37 cm × 25 cm,  Oil on lead
Target Partners, Munich
3× 130 cm × 100 cm,  Oil on canvas
Private Collection, Germany
6× 40 cm × 30 cm,  Oil on canvas
Private Collection, Germany
140 cm × 100 cm,  Oil on canvas
Private Collection, Germany
100 cm × 100 cm,  Oil on canvas
Private Collection, Austria
24 cm × 32 cm,  Oil on rendering
Private Collection, Germany
130 cm × 100 cm,  Oil on canvas
Private Collection, Germany
Various sizes,  Oil on rendering
Private Collection, Germany
130 cm × 100 cm,  Oil on canvas
Private Collection, Germany
24 cm × 18 cm,  Oil on lead
Private Collection, Germany
Various sizes,  Oil on rendering
Private Collection, Germany
120 cm × 90 cm,  Oil on lead
Private Collection, Germany
2× 20 cm × 20 cm,  Oil on canvas laid on board
Private Collection, Germany
30 cm × 20 cm,  Oil on canvas
Corporate Exhibition, Germany
75 cm × 58 cm,  Oil on lead
Private Collection, Germany
3× 60 cm × 75 cm,  Oil on canvas
Private Collection, Germany
170 cm × 300 cm,  Oil on canvas
Private Collection, Germany
130 cm × 100 cm,  Oil on canvas
Porsche AG, Zuffenhausen
Light Installation, Barcelona
900 cm × 300 cm
Hypo-Kulturstiftung, Munich
Allianz Art Collection, Munich
Material Goods, New York
State Ministry of Science and Art, Munich
HGContemporary, New York
Collections (selection)

Allianz Art Collection
Bavarian State Painting Collections
Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen
Hypo-Kulturstiftung





Coverage (selection)

Aviso Magazin
Damaged Magazine
Frame Magazine
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
Handelsblatt
Hedonist
Hohe Luft
International Journal for Digital Art History
Monopol
Süddeutsche Zeitung
Weltkunst
Zeit





Shows (selection)

State Ministry for Science and Art,  Munich
Staatsministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst,  München
German Museum / 1E9, Munich
Deutsches Museum / 1E9,  München

The Unit,  London
If so, what?,  San Francisco
Art Wynwood,  Miami
HGContemporary,  New York





Talks (selection)

BlueYard Venture Capital
Center for Digital Technology & Management, CDTM
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFG, SPP „Das digitale Bild“
Friedrich Ebert Stiftung
HeartHouse
HypoVereinsbank UniCredit
Institut für Kunstgeschichte, LMU München
Lion's Club
MK@Hauck Aufhäuser
Plug & Play Tech Center
Target Partners Venture Capital
About
Marc Gumpinger's work is characterized by the search for new forms of representation that result from the abstract construction spaces of programming. The central element is the discrepancy between the technologies that are so precise on the one hand and the simultaneous unpredictability of the results. This vagueness is due to the special procedure in which Marc Gumpinger does not create his motifs by hand with digital tools, but rather writes algorithms through which the motifs are created procedurally. He thereby develops sets of rules, whose motivic characteristics are essentially defined by chance, which results from the use of noise algorithms and is therefore no longer in his hand. He plans his work meticulously in advance in order to often take a completely different path after a few steps, which is much more shaped by the inherent logic of the resulting motifs than by the technological tools.
After all, Marc Gumpingers works provide insight into the vastly emerging field of generative aesthetics which is set to become the “New Pop” given that our visual life is set to be dominated by this new aesthetic — from architecture to product design to gaming to visual effects.
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