"Generative Art Finds Its Prodigy. Manolo's work feels like it is the result of the entire contents of twentieth-century art and design being put into a blender. Once chopped down into its most essential geometry, Manolo then lovingly pieces it back together with algorithms and code to produce art that is simultaneously futuristic and nostalgic. His work serves as a welcome (and needed) bridge into digital art and an antidote for those who see the genre as cold, mechanical, and discontinuous with the history of art." - Jason Bailey, Artnome, 2018
"Looking at Manolo's creations, I feel that he combines the contemporary genius of generative art with ancient primary forms of visuals and the power of colour." - Kate Vass, 2021
Manolo Gamboa Naon is an generative artist whose interest is mainly focused on exploring the digital surface as a plastic space using code as an artistic material, based on experimentation with basic geometric shapes and colors. His works reflect the potential of coding as an expressive visual language.