Hind Al Saad


Exhibitions —

Encoded Terrains of Change
-162: Doha Edition
-162: Tokyo Edition
Domestic Affairs
Patterns of Change

Teaching + Workshops —

Playful Procedures
Playful Procedures 2.0
Recursive *Riso*
Automated Aesthetics
Coding for Design

Computational Art — 

Infinite Magnetism
BFA Thesis: Engine of Endless Explorations
Scale Solar System
Dadu E-Cards

Design Objects — 

Peculiar Pets of Doha
Stages of a Spaceship
The Vinyl Voyager
The Apollo Matchbox
The Vikings Instrument
I Want to Believe
Unwrap Candy & Memories
Balaleet in a Box
The Perfect Life

Flat/Digital Designs —

Kepler 186f
Martian Mail
Pop Up Martian Landscape
Hidden Mysteries & Stories
DOH to RIC Postcards
The Pandorica Opens
Take Me To The Moon
Bayan Videos
Zest Zine
Pushing Daisies Posters
Doha Havana
Monitoring Movements
Journey of Light
Gulf Greetings

Info —

a. artist, designer, maker, and creative coder based in doha.
b. create emergent graphical forms, both digital and physical, using procedural systems.
c. explore the endless ways finite rules can create infinite results.


If you want to ask about my work, or you want us to work together, send me an email and I’ll get back to you within twenty-four hours. Looking forward to hearing from you!
hind.alsaad@gmail.com

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Mark

Infinite Magnetism


An interactive, generative artwork that is coded to exist forever. Every edition, from one to the current limit of 7,777,777, is compositionally unique and can be owned as an ink plotted print. Every 10 years, a new digit will be added to the unique code, extending the edition number and making the work truly infinite. Infinite Magnetism editions are sold exclusively through BAWA;  the gallery that commissioned this generative system. 

The system is a recreation of Dr. Ahmed Mater’s Magnetism series, the code uses a magnetic field simulator to recreate the same effects of the iron fillings and magnet in the original work. The breakdown of the code can be found below.




First official seven generations of Infinite Magnetism have been generated by Ahmed Mater himself. When printed using the pen plotter, the images take on a sense of tangible permanence that further engraves the editions into the work’s everlasting archive:

Detailed Breakdown of the Code - written with p5.js: