Posts Tagged: generative design

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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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Generative Art and the Art of Letting Go

Link Julia Kaganskiy 10. Aug.   It may be 2010, but most people still have a 19th century idea of what an artist is and does: the lone genius, holed up in a garret somewhere creating works of singular beauty and

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Generative Art and the Art of Letting Go

Link Julia Kaganskiy 10. Aug.   It may be 2010, but most people still have a 19th century idea of what an artist is and does: the lone genius, holed up in a garret somewhere creating works of singular beauty and

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Generative/Co-Creative Methods

Link   “Generative research,” as a broad grouping of different methods, treats people as collaborators and idea-generators – more simply, as creators. The intention is to give collaborators enough room to express their innate creativity in some form or another,

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Generative/Co-Creative Methods

Link   “Generative research,” as a broad grouping of different methods, treats people as collaborators and idea-generators – more simply, as creators. The intention is to give collaborators enough room to express their innate creativity in some form or another,

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What is Algorithmic Design ?

Link Cells contain massive amounts of information. If we stretch the total DNA in our bodies it will be about 16 to 32 billion kilometers. Now, that is a lot of code. We cannot pack in more information than that.

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What is Algorithmic Design ?

Link Cells contain massive amounts of information. If we stretch the total DNA in our bodies it will be about 16 to 32 billion kilometers. Now, that is a lot of code. We cannot pack in more information than that.

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The Henry drawing computer

Link Desmond Paul Henry (1921–2004) was a Manchester University Lecturer and Reader in Philosophy (1949–82) and was one of the first few British artists to experiment with machine-generated visual effects at the time of the emerging global computer art movement of

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The Henry drawing computer

Link Desmond Paul Henry (1921–2004) was a Manchester University Lecturer and Reader in Philosophy (1949–82) and was one of the first few British artists to experiment with machine-generated visual effects at the time of the emerging global computer art movement of

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Computer art at the V&A

Link Honor Beddard Curator, Word and Image Department, V&A Abstract The Victoria and Albert Museum has been collecting computer art since the 1960s. In recent times, it has acquired two significant collections of computer-generated art and design, which form the

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Computer art at the V&A

Link Honor Beddard Curator, Word and Image Department, V&A Abstract The Victoria and Albert Museum has been collecting computer art since the 1960s. In recent times, it has acquired two significant collections of computer-generated art and design, which form the

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20-20 digital hindsight(事後諸葛亮).

Link Friday, 12:10am 19 February 2010 Honor Beddard Early adopters of computer art and design enter the V&A collections In the past few years the Victoria and Albert Museum has amassed what is now the national collection of computer-generated art

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20-20 digital hindsight(事後諸葛亮).

Link Friday, 12:10am 19 February 2010 Honor Beddard Early adopters of computer art and design enter the V&A collections In the past few years the Victoria and Albert Museum has amassed what is now the national collection of computer-generated art