"Dutch Artist Jeroen van der Most creates art with extraordinary techniques. Data, algorithms, and artificial intelligent systems are his tools for creating mind-boggling art pieces. Van der Most's artworks include calculations of Van Gogh's next painting and the Average Rembrandt, Hyperdreams displaying thousands of dream visualisations and magical tulip fields built up of infinite amounts of metaphorical images. His art was covered by every major Dutch Newspaper and the world's most renowned international media like The Art Newspaper, Spanish newspaper El Pais and artnet.com. The art pieces exist virtually with an incredible amount of detail or are realised as astonishing art objects in the finest materials available. Not surprisingly Van der Most's art to date was obtained by collectors from 20 countries and the national museum of New Zealand, displayed in multi-Michelin star restaurants, and exhibited in some of Amsterdam's trendiest locations like Go Gallery. His art touches on topics like artificial creativity, the origin of inspiration, and futurology. Never underestimate the often colourful and overwhelming art. Underneath the initial appearance one always finds numerous delicate conceptual layers that are based on a theory of the future of art that has been worked on for years. In Van der Most's view, art should be completely flexible in style, personal rather than one fits all, a process and never finished, and rather multi- than individual. But most importantly: always, always, trigger discussion and inspiration." - A critic