Aleatoric Art- Artistic composition depending upon chance, random accident, or highly improvisational execution, typically hoping to attain freedom from academic formula and the limitations placed
on imagination by the conscious mind. There are various ancient traditions of Japanese and Chinese artists employing aleatoric methods, many of whom were influenced by the concepts of Taoism
and Zen Buddhism. In the west, precedents can be found among the best artists of ancient Greece, and also later among many of the artists of the Italian Renaissance, leading up to the Dadaists
of the early 20th Century. This new gallery is a glimpse into the future of chance in contemporary fine art. To discover more about aleatoricism in our time, click the image above and enter the website.