Digital Art

The first computer-aided art experiments were modestly performed in the mid-1960s, with little idea on anyone's part where they would eventually lead. The practice of using the computer in artistic modes grew exponentially in the '70s, making an impact on all... [more]

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The screen capture above is of Immobilité from the live exhibition in Milan's Piazza Duomo:But how did this image come to be, i.e. how did happen to travel to this particular location at this particular moment in time? The short story: London, August 2006. Thinking that I should use my first-generation Nokia mobile phone to make short video art works. Experiments ensue. Paris, September 2006. A random word on a sign that does not say "immobilité" but that conjures up the word "immobilité" anyway, even as I am capturing data at various art sites for the first work in my Mobile Phone Video Art Classics series. Cornwall, June - August 2007. A new Nokia N95 and a small cast and crew
A new show opened last weekend at GAGA (Garnerville Arts Center) in New York. The large exhibit space once functioned as a mill and is part of a huge complex that now holds the gallery and various businesses. This show is a celebration

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    LASCAUX GREEN is a freehand pigment print created on a computer with a Wacom pad and pen. This print is 15" X 12" in size and offered in a limited edition of 50. NOTE: Having started out as an Abstract Expressionist painter, I occasionally get a hankerin' to work on a non-o ...
    9 months ago
    WALKING MAN is a freehand digital pigment print. It was created on a computer using a Wacom oad and pen. These prints are made using an approach very similar to the way I develop my paintings. This piece is 16" X 12" and presented in a limited edition of 50.
    over a 1 year ago
    BONNET is a freehand pigment print created on a computer using a Wacom pad and pen. The process used in creating this print is similar to my painting approach. This print is 15" X 12" in size and presented in a limited edition of 50. The motivation for this print was my tre ...
    over a 1 year ago

Who Do You Consider A Pioneer In Digital Art?

I consider my computer graphics teacher from 1982 Joan Truckenbrod a pioneer.
Posted over 5 years ago by JimPlaxco_Artsnova
Petrus Wandrey, Hamburg, Germany
Posted over 5 years ago by Digame
Petrus Wandrey
Posted over 5 years ago by Digame

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