Daniel Fischer

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Born 1950. Artist: graphics, painting, installations, drawings, intermedia. Studied at AFAD (1968-74, prof P Matejka, T Gajdoš) in Bratislava. In 1970s he started to use computers. Cooperated with computer engineers Pavol Fischer and Igor Klačanský - mostly line drawings, morphing one shape into another. Since 1990 teaches at AFAD. Lives in Bratislava.

Works[edit]

Daniel Fischer, The Cubist's Pictures Can Be Read Like a Modern Poetry, serigraph, 1983. From the series Images-Poems, this artwork was generated by the CDC3000 computer and the Calcomp plotter. The artist used an earlier version of the image to create an oil painting in 1982.

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See also[edit]

Early computer art in Slovakia (1970s-80s).

Links[edit]

http://www.museumonline.at/2000/Bratislava/aqua/AQUA/Kuenstler/DanielFischer/rozhovorNEU.htm
http://www.mattress.org/index.cfm?event=ShowArtist&eid=16&id=19&c=Past