Patterns, Pixels, and Process: Discussing the History of the Computer Print (2/16)

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Patterns, Pixels, and Process: Discussing the History of the Computer Print


February 16, 2008
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Block Museum of Art

40 Arts Circle Drive
Evanston, IL
60208-2410

Description: This symposium brings together artists and scholars to map out a history of the computer print, from its pioneering stages, through the so-called paintbox era, and to its diverse contemporary environment. Participants will speak in the following order:
  • Debora Wood (Block Museum senior curator)
  • Edward Shanken (Art and Science Center, UCLA)
  • Charles Jeffries and Colette Stuebe Bangert (artists)
  • Frieder Nake (University of Bremen, Germany)
  • David Em (artist)
  • Roman Verostko (artist)
  • Sonya Rapoport (artist)
  • C.E.B. Reas (artist)
  • Moderated by Paul Hertz (artist and co-curator, Imaging by Numbers)
This program is FREE. Reservations are not required. Sponsored by Flashpoint, The Academy of Media Arts and Sciences. Additional support is provided by American Airlines and the Myers Foundations.

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