Leander Herzog (1984) is a visual artist based in Switzerland, creating images with code since 2006. His focus is generative and interactive abstraction on the web. Currently he combines his experience from building websites and digital products with generative art and the new potential NFTs present.

Herzog's practice explores visual maximalism enabled by contemporary computer graphics and the widespread availability of networked screens as well as minimalist abstraction based on web technology standards. He plays with the contrast between the simplicity of algorithmic systems and the complexity of their emergent properties. In the last decade, his work evolved from static images to moving visuals and realtime experiences on the web, including generative audio, interactive installations, data driven sculpture and digital fabrication.

Herzog’s work has been exhibited in public institutions and galleries, including Transmediale with DAM Projects (Berlin), Kunsthaus Pasquart (Biel), Kunsthalle Zürich, Modal Gallery (Manchester). Previous artworks have been acquired by museums and institutions such as ZKM Karlsruhe, HEK (Basel) and Francisco Carolinum Linz. He often collaborates with artists like Kim Asendorf, Addie Wagenknecht or Milian Mori, including projects commissioned by the Whitney Museum (New York) and HEK (Basel).