Eduardo Kac

Eduardo Kac is internationally recognized for his telepresence and bio art. A pioneer of telecommunications art in the pre-Web ’80s, Eduardo Kac (pronounced “Katz”) emerged in the early ’90s with his radical works combining telerobotics and living organisms. His visionary integration of robotics, biology and networking explores the fluidity of subject positions in the post-digital […]

Edward Zajec

Edward Zajec was among the pioneers in the 1960s, and more recently is professor of computer graphics at the School of Art and Design at Syracuse University. His focus has been real-time artworks originating in his paintings, which used repetition and redundancy, then developed with the use of computers from 1968. While his films have […]

Elizabeth White

Elizabeth White is a multidisciplinary artist whose work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, most recently in “The Balloon” at Rawson Projects, curated by Jessamyn Fiore. Other recent exhibitions include “A Map is Not the Territory” at FiveMyles, Brooklyn, the fourth annual Artisterium International Contemporary Art Exhibition in Tbilisi, Georgia, “No Soul For Sale” at the […]

Elman Mansimov

Biography and profile picture courtesy of the artist’s website: “Elman Mansimov is a Senior Applied Scientist at Amazon Web Services in New York City. He is currently working on foundation models at Amazon Bedrock. Ultimately, he aspires to make progress in natural language processing and deep learning, leading to substancial benefits for customers. Previously, he […]

Frederick Hammersley

Frederick Hammersley (January 5, 1919 – May 31, 2009)[1] was an American abstract painter. His participation in the 1959 Four Abstract Classicists exhibit secured his place in art history. Frederick Hammersley was born in Salt Lake City, Utah.[2] His father, a Department of the Interior employee, moved the family to Blackfoot, Idaho[3] and eventually to San Francisco, where the young Hammersley first took art lessons.[1] His studies later […]

Frieder Nake

Frieder Nake belongs to the founding fathers of (digital) computer art. He produced his first works in 1963. He first exhibited his drawings at Galerie Wendelin Niedlichin Stuttgart in November 1965. His early work was influenced by Max Bense’s Information Aesthetics. Until 1969, he went through a succession of increasingly complex programs, from machine language […]

Fritz Köthe

Heinz Ohff, who wrote the first comprehensive monograph about Fritz Köthe, describes the artist’s biography as exemplary of a realistic painter, whose work was neither accepted during the Third Reich nor in post-war Germany. This resulted in a sort of extended “inner emigration” for Köthe until long after 1945. His breakthrough finally came with his […]

Georg Nees

Georg Nees (23 June 1926 – 3 January 2016) was a German academic who was a pioneer of computer art and generative graphics. He studied mathematics, physics and philosophy in Erlangen and Stuttgart and was scientific advisor at the SEMIOSIS, International Journal of semiotics and aesthetics.[1] In 1977, he was appointed Honorary Professor of Applied computer science at the University of Erlangen[2] Nees is one of the “3N” computer […]