Techspressionism Roundtable #02
Recorded January 23, 2022

In this Techspressionism Roundtable, Michael Pierre Price moderates an engaging discussion with fellow Techspressionist artists Roz Dimon, Tommy Mintz, and Renata Janiszewska. Techspressionism is defined as “an artistic approach in which technology is utilized as a means to express emotional experience.” One key idea here is “artistic approach,” as opposed to style or technique, which historically has defined many artistic movements in the past. In this Roundtable, each artist discusses what the term “artistic approach” means to them by sharing examples of their artwork and highlighting how the use of technology has shaped their creative process.

Roz Dimon
Shelter Island NY USA website instagram

Roz Dimon is a transplanted southerner to New York City who has been painting with a digital brush for over 30 years. Her DIMONscapes are a rich dense mulit-layered form of art and storytelling.


Tommy Mintz
NYC NY USA website instagram

Tommy Mintz is a life-long New Yorker and photographer interested in the rapid pace of construction, displacement, and the efforts of preservation, both in the physical world and the digital world. He has created his own set of hardware and software tools that allow him to layer multiple photographs and produce time-based collages.


Renata Janiszewska
Lion’s Head, Ontario Canada  website instagram

Renata Janiszewska is a Canadian multidisciplinary artist who has worked in painting, animation, music, printmaking, sculpture, installation and murals. She has been painting and making animations exclusively on electronic canvas using her own custom brushes since 2010.


Michael Pierre Price
Phoenix AZ USA  website instagram

Michael Pierre Price works from his home studio in Phoenix, Arizona creating his digital art prints that are primarily inspired by the intersection of modern physics, neuroscience, and spirituality. He often uses mathematics, specialized software, and AI when he creates his abstract, algorithmic, and surrealist art.