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* Ruth Leavitt (ed.), ''[http://monoskop.org/log/?p=229 Artist and Computer]'', Harmony Books, 1976, 121 pp.
 
* Ruth Leavitt (ed.), ''[http://monoskop.org/log/?p=229 Artist and Computer]'', Harmony Books, 1976, 121 pp.
 
* George Stiny, James Gips, ''[http://monoskop.org/log/?p=615 Algorithmic Aesthetics: Computer Models for Criticism and Design in the Arts]'', University of California Press, 1978, 220 pp.
 
* George Stiny, James Gips, ''[http://monoskop.org/log/?p=615 Algorithmic Aesthetics: Computer Models for Criticism and Design in the Arts]'', University of California Press, 1978, 220 pp.
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* Frank Dietrich, [[Media:Dietrich Frank Visual Intelligence The First Decade of Computer Art 1965-1975 1986.pdf|"Visual Intelligence: The First Decade of Computer Art (1965-1975)"]], ''Leonardo'' 19:2, MIT Press, Apr 1986, pp 159-169.
 
* ''Art Journal'' 49(3): "Computers and Art: Issues of Content", Autumn 1990.
 
* ''Art Journal'' 49(3): "Computers and Art: Issues of Content", Autumn 1990.
 
** Copper Giloth, Lynn Pocock-Williams, [[Media:Giloth Copper Pocock-Williams Lynn 1990 A Selected Chronology of Computer Art.pdf|"A Selected Chronology of Computer Art: Exhibitions, Publications, and Technology"]], ''Art Journal'', pp 283-297.  
 
** Copper Giloth, Lynn Pocock-Williams, [[Media:Giloth Copper Pocock-Williams Lynn 1990 A Selected Chronology of Computer Art.pdf|"A Selected Chronology of Computer Art: Exhibitions, Publications, and Technology"]], ''Art Journal'', pp 283-297.  

Revision as of 05:45, 6 May 2019

'Computer art' is the generation of aesthetic objects with the aid of software on a digital computer. Its history started in 1965. Three exhibitions took place that year, which are acknowledged as first public presentations of digital art: Georg Nees at the Studiengalerie of the University of Stuttgart (5-19 February 1965); A. Michael Noll and Bela Julesz at Howard Wise Gallery, New York (6-24 April 1965); Frieder Nake and Georg Nees at Galerie Wendelin Niedlich, Stuttgart (5-26 November 1965)... The picture changes slightly, when we closely look at the time when these researcher-artists started their experiments in algorithmic art: Noll in 1962, Nake in 1963, Nees in 1964. All these dates refer to "digital" art and computers. Ben F. Laposky had started to work with analogue equipment in 1952. Herbert W. Franke followed in Austria in 1959, and Kurd Alsleben in Hamburg around 1960."
Frieder Nake

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  • Computer Graphics, ed. Jiří Valoch, Brno: Dům umění města Brna, 1968, 16 pp. (Czech)
  • Cybernetic Serendipidity: The Computer and the Arts, ed. Jasia Reichardt, London: Studio International, Jul 1968; 2nd ed., rev., Sep 1968.
  • Arte y cibernetica, eds. Jorge Glusberg and Alfredo Ibarlucía, Buenos Aries: CEAC, 1969. Exh. held at Galería Bonino, Buenos Aires, Aug-Sep 1969. [1] (Spanish)
  • Impulse Computerkunst: Graphik, Plastik, Musik, Film, ed. Herbert W. Franke, Munich: Kunstverein München, 1970, 62 pp. Exh. held at Karl-Ernst-Osthaus Museum, Hagen, Feb 1970; Kunstverein München, Munich, 8 May-7 Jun 1970; Kunsthaus Hamburg, 12 Jun-12 Jul 1970; afterwards at Goethe-Institut internationally (Brussels, Oslo, Madrid, Zürich, Rome, Amsterdam, Lisbon, and elsewhere), 1971-1972. (German)
  • Tendencije 4 / Tendencies 4: Zagreb, 1968-1969, eds. Boris Kelemen and Radoslav Putar, Zagreb: Galerija suvremene umjetnosti, 1970, [146] pp. Texts and statements by Radoslav Putar, Almir Mavignier, Matko Meštrović, Enzo Mari, Alessandro Carlini, Bernhard Schneider, Alberto Biasi, Gianni Colombo, Milan Dobeš, Herbert W. Franke, Karl Gerstner, Rolf Glasmeier, Rolf Gravenhorst, Hein Gravenhorst, Dieter Hacker, John Gabriel Harries, Gottfried Jäger, Richard Kriesche, Max H. Mahlmann, Marcello Morandini, Zoran Radović, Bernhard Sandfort, Paolo Scheggi, Klaus Staudt, Josef Hermann Stiegler, Jorrit Tornquist, Gabriele de Vecchi, Herman de Vries. (Serbo-Croatian)/(French),(German),(Italian),(English)
  • Interactive Sound and Visual Systems, ed. Charles A. Csuri, College of the Arts, Ohio State University, 1970, 31 pp.
  • Arte y cibernética, Buenos Aires: Centro de Arte y Comunicacion (CAC), 1970. (Spanish)
  • Software: Information Technology: Its New Meaning for Art, New York: Jewish Museum, 1970, 71 pp.
  • Computer Art, ed. Laxmi P. Sihare, New Delhi: National Gallery of Modern Art, 1972, 57 pp.
  • Computer Graphics in Fine Arts / Počítačová grafika vo výtvarnom umení, ed. Martin Šperka, Bratislava: Academy of Fine Arts, 1993, 8 pp. (English)/(Slovak)

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