I came across this thesis, and have some questions for the everyone, because I’m not exactly sure how to perceive this work. Superflow is a computer program written by former engineering student Ian Clemmer. Superlow is kind of like an extremely intricate visualizer. He calls it viusic (a mixture of video/visual and music) and it is based on Pythagorean theorem integrated in code (I am very sorry to the avatar students if I completely butchered that statement). My question is, would this be considered digital art as a medium or as a tool, or if in fact you could even consider it art because it is done by an engineer and not an artist (not that I think that matters). The videos themselves are very interesting and I encourage everyone to watch the rest of them at superflow.co. As for my personal view of the work, I do consider it art using the digital framework as medium because it is coded and completely in digital format, however I feel that I am biased in calling it art because of the inclusion of visuals and my personal background as a visual artist.