TECHNOCULTURES: THE HISTORY OF DIGITAL ART–A CONVERSATION 2009
The MFA Computer Art Department at the School of Visual Arts (SVA) presented Technocultures: The History of Digital Art–A Conversation, on March 6 2009. The panel featured influential historical practitioners and researchers on digital art. Department Chair Bruce Wands moderated. The panel traced the history of digital art through vignettes and personal anecdotes of four pioneers: Kenneth Knowlton, Margot Lovejoy, Kenneth Snelson and Lillian Schwartz. They were joined by Jeremy Gardiner and Nick Lambert, who are working with Birkbeck College, University of London, and the Victoria and Albert Museum on a project called Technocultures.
Part 1 of the Technocultures panel.
Part 2 of the Technocultures panel.
Part 3 of the Technocultures panel.
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