From the earliest days of electronic computers, people used them to make art: from drawings to poems, from screenplays to paintings, and from music to films. Today, the computer has become an indispensable tool and medium for many diverse artists. This event will create a dialog around early computer films and how they paved the way for cutting-edge art-installations using today’s technology. The evening will feature digital artist, Camille Utterback, a winner of a Macarthur Foundation “genius grant” and a professor of art at Stanford University.
The evening will begin with a screening of selections from CHM’'s new exhibition, “Early Computer Films, 1963-1972,” and a discussion of them by curator David C. Brock and Utterback. You will then be treated to a presentation by Utterback about her work today at the intersection of technology and art, and how it resonates with earlier intersections.
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