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  • Artist: Harold Cohen Comment:
  • "Roman Verostko, a founding member of the algorists, has practiced drawing and painting since graduating from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh in 1949. Reflecting on well over a half century of his work he sees continuity between drawing with his hand...
  • Leif Brush was an emeritus art professor at the Department of Art & Design, University of Minnesota, Duluth, Minnesota, born 28 March 1932, Bridgeport, Illinois, U.S.A. He received an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago:...
  • Birkhoff, Georg David. A Mathematical Theory of Aesthetics and its application to Poetry
    and Music The Rice Institute Pamphlet 19, no. 3 (July 1932).
  • Roy Ascott is one of the most important artists and theorists in the field of cybernetics and telematics. His work focuses on the impact of digital and telecommunications networks on consciousness. Since the 1960s, he has been a practitioner of...
  • AKA the Digital Giraffe, with 46 years experience as a Digital Painter and Digital Sculptor. Editor, programmer, designer, author the Digital Giraffe eZine (www.giraffe.com), an award-winning monthly journal of art and culture now in its 30th year of...
  • Myron Turner's works created for the web have been collected and shown in a variety of Internet venues, including the Whitney Artport series, Javamuseum, and the Rhizome Artbase, and in 2006 he was nominated for a Viper award. He was also among the...
  • Bec’s artistic work revolved around the interlocking of art and science. He became known through his efforts related to extending biological evolution and simulating new life forms, emphasizing in particular how these ‹could› bring forth evolution....