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Proceedings Computer Graphics as Artistic Expression

Author(s): Herbert W. Franke.
Proceedings: Essays from the Siggraph '86 Art Show Catalog, 1986.
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Computer graphics has been in existence for more than 20 years. From the beginning, people experimented on ways to use the new medium - in addition to scientific, technical and commercial application - for artistic goals. Around 1965, Germans Frieder Nake and Georg Nees and the American, A. Michael Noll, strove for that goal: they were followed by individuals such as Kenneth Knowlton, the team of Charles Csuri and James Shaffer in America and the Japanese Computer-Technique Group. All of them were represented in the large exhibition "Cybernetic Serendipity" in 1968 in London.

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