Dutch Artist Jeroen van der Most combines creativity with data, algorithms, and artificial intelligent systems in mind-boggling art pieces. Inspired by the Dutch old masters, 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.

Van der Most's art was covered by basically every major Dutch newspaper. Renowned international media like The Art Newspaper, Spanish newspaper El Pais and Artnet wrote about it and there were publications on some of the world's hottest trend en technology blogs like trendwatching.com and the Creator's Project.

His art pieces exist virtually with an incredible amount of detail or are realised as art objects in the finest materials available. Van der Most's art to date was obtained by collectors from 20 countries and the national museum of New Zealand. It has been displayed in multi-Michelin star restaurants, art fairs like the Dutch KunstRAI and exhibited in some of Amsterdam's trendiest locations like Go Gallery.

The art touches on topics like artificial creativity, the origin of inspiration, and futurology. Underneath the initial appearance there's a conceptual theory of the future of art that was worked on for years. In Van der Most's view art should be completely flexible in style, data based, personal rather than one fits all, a process and never finished, and rather multi- than individual. But most importantly: always trigger discussion and inspiration.

Van der Most is an artist but also blogger, media speaker, and art critic. He runs several art related social media accounts and created blogs and on-air art columns for Dutch radio station BNR, Sublime FM, and At5. Van der Most creates artworks autonomously but also developed pieces for organizations like the Dutch Aids Foundation, Ramada Hotels, Stop Aids Now, NVM, Funda and NH hotels.