Posts Tagged: tools

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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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Grow your own

Link At last, an easy-to-use tool that lets designers generate unique images and animations. And it’s free Designers, artists, musicians and other imaginative individuals, who once thought programming was only for nerds, are discovering new creative possibilities thanks to Processing,

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Grow your own

Link At last, an easy-to-use tool that lets designers generate unique images and animations. And it’s free Designers, artists, musicians and other imaginative individuals, who once thought programming was only for nerds, are discovering new creative possibilities thanks to Processing,

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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

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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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PenJet printer by Jaan Evart, Julian Hagen and Daniël Maarleveld

Link   Design students Jaan Evart, Julian Hagen and Daniël Maarleveld took an old inkjet printer apart and replaced its ink cartridge with felt pens to create an experimental printer, which they presented at Vienna Design Week. The project began when the designers, who all study

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PenJet printer by Jaan Evart, Julian Hagen and Daniël Maarleveld

Link   Design students Jaan Evart, Julian Hagen and Daniël Maarleveld took an old inkjet printer apart and replaced its ink cartridge with felt pens to create an experimental printer, which they presented at Vienna Design Week. The project began when the designers, who all study

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leslie a. grossman: circumstances

designboom leslie a. grossman amercian artist leslie a. grossman presents ‘circumstances’, an exploration into the subtle differences found in seemingly controlled systems. the work is an investigation of chance as much as it is a playful explanation of reflecting the moment when

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leslie a. grossman: circumstances

designboom leslie a. grossman amercian artist leslie a. grossman presents ‘circumstances’, an exploration into the subtle differences found in seemingly controlled systems. the work is an investigation of chance as much as it is a playful explanation of reflecting the moment when

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karl martin holzhäuser: generative photographs

Link karl martin holzhäuser Generative photographs by Karl Martin Holzhäuser. “Operating in total darkness, he moves a ‘light-brush’ (a lamp inside a narrow oblong box with variable openings in the bottom) along horizontal and vertical rails over sensitized paper, thus exposing

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karl martin holzhäuser: generative photographs

Link karl martin holzhäuser Generative photographs by Karl Martin Holzhäuser. “Operating in total darkness, he moves a ‘light-brush’ (a lamp inside a narrow oblong box with variable openings in the bottom) along horizontal and vertical rails over sensitized paper, thus exposing