I love and create conceptual and abstract art using algorithms, the true "medium" of computer art (for this artist). Bachelor's in mathematics (with computer science and recursion theory (now called complexity theory) and three years of physics) at University of Chicago. Career path from IBM Large Systems Engineer to teaching, applications development, then certification as a business analyst (CBAP).
My current "art" pursuit involves the universal artwork, a visual analog to Borges' Library of Babel, resulting in all possible (finite) images, and involving issues that "resemble" issues in the Physics project being shared online (such as, in what sequence does one generate "all possible images", and how many correspond to anything worth caring about (artistically, not physics-wise, of course).
I am fascinated by the Wolfram Physics project and have programmed a PAOH rendering of Wolfram space state models / hypergraphs to share with all.