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My Computer Art By John Parsons
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I bought my first computer in 2001 just before I retired (38 years in the textile industry). I bought my computer thinking that I could earn some money by doing some freelance designing in my... More > retirement. It wasn’t long before I got frustrated with selling and enticed by straight computer art, that is to say, “art for art’s sake.” The computer opened many "visual opportunity doors" for one who had an addiction to such things and I quickly immersed myself in the joys and depths of non-commercial work. I have participated in several exhibits (both solo and group) over these past few years and I’ve now decided to take stock of what I have done by putting some of my better works together under one cover.< Less
Before and The Computer Art Now By Corina Dawson
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Art before sxu, up till first semester of being at sxu. All work from sxu is computer art.
Wisconsin Computer Art By Donna Post
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Computer Graphics: Art Using Technology By Kristen Abney
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This is a magazine about art using Adobe Illustrator.
Computer Graphics: Art Using Technology By Kristen Abney
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This is a magazine about art using Adobe Illustrator.
RICOCHET BELLTONES OF THE CUPCAKE POLICE By COMPUTER ALIEN
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A computer that shits poetry attempts to teach you how to create your own excercise routine based on yr brain waves by spouting dirty words at you in real-time. all randomly generated.
Physical Computing By Brock Craft, Eleanor Dare
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A showcase of student work from the Physical Computing module at Goldsmiths, University of London.
In Your Computer By Domenico Quaranta
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«There is this hacker slogan: “We love your computer.” We also get inside people's computers. And we are honored to be in somebody's computer. You are very close to a person when... More > you are on his desktop.» Jodi, 1997 This book is a collection of texts written by Domenico Quaranta between 2005 and 2010 for exhibition catalogues, printed magazines and online reviews: a pocket version of what the author would save from the universal flood, in a world without computers. Most of the fields of research he has developed are represented: from Net Art to Software Art and videogames, from biotechnologies to the debate around curating and the positioning of New Media Art in the contemporary landscape, and back to Net Art again.< Less
In Your Computer By Domenico Quaranta
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«There is this hacker slogan: “We love your computer.” We also get inside people's computers. And we are honored to be in somebody's computer. You are very close to a person when... More > you are on his desktop.» Jodi, 1997 This book is a collection of texts written by Domenico Quaranta between 2005 and 2010 for exhibition catalogues, printed magazines and online reviews: a pocket version of what the author would save from the universal flood, in a world without computers. Most of the fields of research he has developed are represented: from Net Art to Software Art and videogames, from biotechnologies to the debate around curating and the positioning of New Media Art in the contemporary landscape, and back to Net Art again.< Less
In Your Computer By Domenico Quaranta
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«There is this hacker slogan: “We love your computer.” We also get inside people's computers. And we are honored to be in somebody's computer. You are very close to a person when... More > you are on his desktop.» Jodi, 1997 This book is a collection of texts written by Domenico Quaranta between 2005 and 2010 for exhibition catalogues, printed magazines and online reviews: a pocket version of what the author would save from the universal flood, in a world without computers. Most of the fields of research he has developed are represented: from Net Art to Software Art and videogames, from biotechnologies to the debate around curating and the positioning of New Media Art in the contemporary landscape, and back to Net Art again.< Less