Chuck Elliott (b. 1967, London) is a pioneer of digitally generated art. He claims to have used the first Apple Macintosh imported to the UK in 1984, the same year Apple launched the computers, with their now infamous Orwellian advertising campaign. Acquiring his own machine in 1989, he has been drawing, sculpting and compositing digitally ever since. Graduating from the old Hornsey School of Art (now Middlesex University) in 1992, he founded a succession of small, successful studios in London. In 2005 he moved to Bristol, where he now works full time on his sublime, fluid studies in light, colour, motion and liquid geometry. Delighting in the machines’ ability to hone and craft sculptural drawings, colour spaces are manipulated, light levels finely tuned, and a myriad of images and series of derivations are produced, using processes analogous to the way in which modern music is realised. Chuck Elliott is reinterpreting the essence of abstract fine art print making for the digital age. Pure logical progression.