Angeline Meitzler is an artist and computational designer from Detroit currently based in Brooklyn. She is interested in questioning the ideologies in language and digital culture. She experiments with 2D mediums and various forms of digital approaches such as artificial intelligence and creative coding. Her work has been exhibited in both public and private venues, and she is a featured artist with Detroit Art Press and Jude Collective.
She is is a visual art piece that resides on the web. It is a steady stream of thoughts and comments rearranging in new compositions. The content was created using the first 100 tweets that contained the hashtag #azizansari shortly after the article about the actor/comedian Aziz Ansari and his encounter with a woman named “Grace” was published by Babe.net. The batch of tweets are randomly recontextualized every five seconds and are exposed anonymously. As the selected tweets interact on the browser, they begin to create a conversation amongst themselves as we read the opinions of others.