Posts Tagged: computer art

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COMPUTATIONAL ART BEFORE COMPUTERS?

Link Tinguely, swiss kinetic sculptor known for the self destructing machine. In the 50s produced a body of work known as metamatics. A parody of American action painting. In the same period matematician and artist Ben Laposky (American from Iowa),

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COMPUTATIONAL ART BEFORE COMPUTERS?

Link Tinguely, swiss kinetic sculptor known for the self destructing machine. In the 50s produced a body of work known as metamatics. A parody of American action painting. In the same period matematician and artist Ben Laposky (American from Iowa),

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Discussing the digital

Link John Maeda on dirt, de-cluttering and the power of art Even though John Maeda wasn’t officially speaking at the ‘Decoding the Digital’ conference, staged alongside the exhibition ‘Decode: Digital Design Sensations’, his work and words (from a lecture earlier in

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Discussing the digital

Link John Maeda on dirt, de-cluttering and the power of art Even though John Maeda wasn’t officially speaking at the ‘Decoding the Digital’ conference, staged alongside the exhibition ‘Decode: Digital Design Sensations’, his work and words (from a lecture earlier in

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CYBERNETIC SERENDIPITY (1968) – THE COMPUTER AND THE ARTS

Link by fosco lucarelli contemporary art, electronic arts, past futures, synthesizers, technology, visions A breakthrough exhibition curated by Jasia Reichardt at the ICA London (from August 2nd to October 20th, 1968). “It was the first exhibition to attempt to demonstrate all aspects of computer-aided creative

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CYBERNETIC SERENDIPITY (1968) – THE COMPUTER AND THE ARTS

Link by fosco lucarelli contemporary art, electronic arts, past futures, synthesizers, technology, visions A breakthrough exhibition curated by Jasia Reichardt at the ICA London (from August 2nd to October 20th, 1968). “It was the first exhibition to attempt to demonstrate all aspects of computer-aided creative