Curriculum Vitae

Daïm Aggott-Hönsch (born 1982, Hungary)
Muslim algorist, apeirographer, and AI artist. | | daimalyad.eth | @daimalyad
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A researcher and reifier of timeless mathematical wonders, an algorithmic conductor of intricate generative systems, and a collaborative curator of endless AI/GAN vistas; Daïm's works appear in a variety of notable international collections, including that of Metakovan, the Museum of Crypto Art, and the Government of Hungary.

The Artist's "Ancestral Memory" audiovisual slow art portrait was an NFT Awards 2020 finalist, and Cryptoblot #1044 from his early Art Blocks series is part of lot 4 of Sotheby's "Natively Digital" 2021 auction.

Taking an approach to art that is inseparably intellectual and spiritual at once, Daïm's works seek to convey his visions of the myriad improbable marvels hidden within mathematics and complex systems, and the undeniably anthropic conception of beauty within them that whispers of the divine.


Professional Highlights

Selected Exhibitions

  • Solo exhibition. Museum of Crypto Art (MoCA), Somnium Space, August 2020 – Present.
  • Multi-artist general exhibition. Museum of Crypto Art (MoCA), Somnium Space, October 2020 – December 2020.
  • “Algorithmic Art Season 2019” Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro, United Kingdom. October 2019 – December 2019.
  • “To Canada, with Love” (2/2) Art Square Gallery Upstairs, Toronto, Canada. October 2017.
  • “Biomorphs: Microbes on the Complex Plane” Solo exhibition.
    Oakwood Village Library and Arts Centre, Toronto, Canada. June 2017.
  • “Wunderkammer: Cabinets of Curiousity” T.E.S.T. Gallery, Toronto, Canada. May 2017.
  • “To Canada, with Love” (1/2) Art Square Gallery Upstairs, Toronto, Canada. March 2017.
  • “1956 Memorial Exhibition” Consulate General of Hungary, Toronto, Canada. October 2016 – February 2017.
  • “No Subject” Melody Bar, Gladstone Hotel, Toronto, Canada. April – May 2016.


  • Alpacawhal. "Doing the Math with Daïm Aggott-Hönsch" A Couple Minutes on Crypto Art, November 2020.
  • Kossakovski, Fedor. “Fractal fascination, an interview” Event Horizon, December 2016.
  • Aggott Hönsch, István. “On fractal forms” Event Horizon, December 2016.
  • Perminger, Sam. “Saggitarius A*” Event Horizon, December 2016.
  • Singer, Robert. “On the origin of species” Event Horizon, December 2016.
  • Dustman, Emily. “Aggott Hönsch István” E-squared Magazine, October 2016: 121–124.




  • National Collection of Hungary.
  • Museum of Crypto Art (MOCA), Somnium Space.
  • Private collections in Canada, France, Hungary, and the United States.

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