Anton Zöttl

Anton Zöttl studied electrical engineering at the Technische Universität München, Munich. From 1957 theoretical work in radar technology, especially in information processing in complex radar systems. From 1970 production of computer graphics using a Siemens computer and CalComp plotter. He lives in Munich, DE.  

aurèce vettier

aurèce vettier is an art project founded in 2019 by Paul Mouginot (b. 1990) that embodies a collaborative, open, and hybrid approach through an algorithm-generated alias. This identity, like all of aurèce vettier’s work, bridges the ‘real’ space in which it is possible to exist, to draw, paint, sculpt, break, and erase and the ‘data’ […]

Auro Lecci

Auro Lecci began his computer graphic works at the data center of the University of Pisa (Italy) and later continued at the Department of Art of the University of Massachusettes, Amherst, MA (USA). Works and lives in Florence, Italy. 1958-1964 studied architecture at the University of Florence and the University of Oregon at Eugene. 1965-1968 studied electronic […]

Ben Laposky

Benjamin Francis Laposky (1914–2000) was a mathematician, artist and draftsman in Cherokee, Iowa. He has been credited with making the first computer graphics, utilizing an oscilloscope as the creation medium for abstract art. In 1953 he released what he called “Oscillons” (or oscillogram designs) along with a corresponding thesis entitled “Electronic Abstractions” via a gallery […]

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Brian Reffin Smith

Brian Reffin Smith (born 1946) is an artist, writer, teacher and musician born in Sudbury, Suffolk, in the United Kingdom, who won the first-ever Prix Ars Electronica, the Golden Nica, in Linz, Austria, 1987. He lives in Berlin, Germany. Brought up in Sileby, Leicestershire, he attended what was then an early comprehensive school, Humphrey Perkins School, at Barrow-upon-Soar. Smith studied metallurgy and metal physics at Brunel University (his sculptural use […]

Carl Laszlo

Carl Laszlo ( Hungarian László Károly ; born July 16, 1923 in Pécs , † November 8, 2013 [1] in Basel [2] ) was a Hungarian – Swiss art dealer , collector , psychoanalyst and author . Laszlo grew up in Pécs as the son of an assimilated upper middle-class Jewish family. He attended the Cistercian high school in his hometown and then went on to study medicine . As a fourteen-year-old, he had started collecting Hungarian folk art and interested in her Asian roots. Laszlo’s family […]

Carla Gannis

Carla Gannis is an interdisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, New York. She produces virtual and physical works that are darkly comical in their contemplation of human, earthly and cosmological conditions. Fascinated by digital semiotics and the lineage of hybrid identity, Gannis takes a horror vacui approach to her artistic practice, culling inspiration from networked communication, art and […]

Charles “Chuck” Csuri

Charles A. Csuri was an artist, computer graphics pioneer, and Professor Emeritus, at The Ohio State University. He began experimenting with computer graphics technology in 1963, and by 1965 had started creating computer animated films, most well known of which is the ‘Hummingbird’ from 1967, purchased by the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The […]

Charles Mattox

Although Mattox’s history is not widely noted, the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C., has taken special care to preserve a large repository of his work. The University of New Mexico is fortunate to own two of Mattox’s kinetic sculptures. Mattox’s obituary notice in SFGate states that “He joined the faculty of the University of California at Berkeley, […]

Claire Corey

Claire Ellen Corey’s work uses photographic images, painterly swipes, and collage of various mediums both directly painted or scanned and printed, then manipulated in the computer. She then paints, rescans and collages. The images are then printed out and reworked with oil, colored pencils and various mediums. These newly created worked-upon images are, in turn, […]