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metagon (labyrinthe vert rose et noir) (1998)
digital print on arches paper, 13.5x13.5 on 41x25in.

brattleboro - art+computer/time

(i.e., art plus computer over time) presents computer-generated artwork from the anne and michael spalter digital art collection. fifteen of the most important early practitioners of digital art are represented in the exhibit. presently comprising more than 1,000 works collected over the past twenty years and encompassing works from 1954 to the present, the spalter collection is one of the most comprehensive bodies of early computer art in the world.

the brattleboro museum and art center presents a short introduction to the show

seven recent digital videos by leslie thornton and anne morgan spalter are also shown, including their new collaboration, “digging in the water“

in one of these recently conquered domains, the artist is now free to exploit the untapped resources of that vast new field of inspiration.
(max bill)

creative commons license jean-pierre hébert contact. (14 Sep 2015)