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Order/Disorder (Limited Edition)
Tyler Hobbs



Artist Monograph, with an NFC chip inserted into cover, with autograph capability, for registration on the blockchain
Hardback book published by Unit and Hurtwood, using premium materials
Limited edition of 999
30 x 23.5 cm
240 Pages, on premium quality paper made in Europe and FSC certified
210 Illustrations


Pre-order for shipping on 26th September 2024

About Order/Disorder

Tyler Hobbs’ debut monograph is one of the first to focus on the work of a generative artist. Contextualising his art from 2018–2023, Order/Disorder includes works from Hobbs’ solo exhibitions at Unit, London, and Pace, New York, in 2023.


Structured around the concept of dualities, the book explores Hobbs’ systematic approaches to art-making, the creative relationship between man and machine, computer-led aesthetics and the interplay of repetition and emergence across long-form generative projects.


Order/Disorder features an interview between Hobbs and Hans Ulrich Obrist, artistic director of the Serpentine Galleries, and an essay by Melanie Lenz, curator of digital art at the Victoria & Albert Museum, alongside texts by the artist that introduce each thematically arranged section of plates.


Text by Unit, Tyler Hobbs, Hans Ulrich Obrist, and Melanie Lenz.
Edited by Kelsey Corbett and Shannon Wilkins.
Design by Gabrielle Guy.


About Tyler Hobbs

Tyler Hobbs (b. 1987) is a visual artist from Austin, Texas. His work focuses on computational aesthetics, how they are shaped by the biases of modern computer hardware and software, and how they relate to and interact with the natural world around us. Hobbs’ project Fidenza, a series of 999 algorithmically generated works, is one of the most sought-after fine-art NFT collections of all time. His solo exhibitions include Mechanical Hand (2023) at Unit, London, UK; QQL: Analogs (2023) at Pace, New York; Incomplete Control (2021) at Bright Moments, New York; and Progress (2018) at Galería Dos Topos, León, Mexico.


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