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.


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.


See also

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