Hiroshi Kawano

Hiroshi Kawano may correctly claim to have been among the very first in the world who experimented with a computer to generate visual works that could enter the domain of art. His pioneering position is exceptional insofar as he came to digital art from philosophy, i.e. neither from mathematics/engineering (like Nees, Noll, Nake) nor from […]

Jacques Palumbo

“Jacques Palumbo was born in Algeria and completed a BA in philosophy (1959) before studying for a year at the École d’architecture et des beaux-arts in Algiers. In 1960, he left for Paris to study art (history and academic drawing), attending the Institut d’arts et archéologie de Paris and receiving a graduate degree in drawing […]

James Faure Walker

James Faure Walker (b. London, 1948) studied painting at St Martins School of Art (1966–70) and aesthetics the Royal College of Art (1970–72). He has been exhibiting paintings widely since the 1970’s, incorporating computer graphics since 1988. In 1998 he won the ‘Golden Plotter’ at Computerkunst, Gladbeck, Germany. He has exhibited eight times at Siggraph, […]

Jean Pierre Hébert

Jean-Pierre Hébert (1939 – March 28, 2021) was a conceptual artist who avidly explored and participated in the emergence of postmodernism. His interests lied mainly in the analysis and understanding of the latent rules, styles, trends, mania, recipes behind modern or contemporary art, and in their interpretation, extension, adoption, integration, adaptation. Genes and algorithms identified, […]

Jean-Claude Marquette

Jean-Claude Marquette studied arts and graphics at the École Estienne in Paris and fine arts and informatics at the University of Vincennes, now University of Paris VIII. 1970 member of the Groupe Art et Informatique de Vincennes. 1970–1976 worked for Galerie Denise René, Paris. He lives in Paris, FR. Exhib. and lit.: See: Groupe Art […]

Jean-François Colonna

Jean-François Colonna is a researcher at the Center for Applied Mathematics (CMAP) at École Polytechnique and is the director of Lactame, the Audio-Visual laboratory at École Polytechnique. For many, many years, he has been interested in what is called scientific visualization. The images obtained by viewing the results of numerical experiments will make it possible […]

Joan Fontcuberta

Joan Fontcuberta (born 24 February 1955)[1] is a conceptual artist whose best-known works, such as Fauna and Sputnik, examine the truthfulness of photography. In addition, he is a writer, editor, teacher, and curator. Fontcuberta was born in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. He received a degree in communications from the Autonomous University of Barcelona in 1977.[2][3] He worked in advertising in his early career, and his family had also worked […]

Joan Truckenbrod

Joan Truckenbrod’s artwork has been included in many international exhibitions, including Programmed: Rules, Codes and Choreographies in Art, 1965 – 2018, at the Whitney Museum from September 28, 2018 to April 14, 2019. Her work has also been exhibited at the IBM Gallery in New York City, the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., Museu de […]

John Maeda

John Maeda (born 1966) is an American executive, designer, technologist. His work explores the area where business, design, and technology merge to make space for the “humanist technologist.”[1][2] He is Global Head, Computational Design and Inclusion at Automattic[3] where he seeks to address the diversity gap in tech[4] by exploring how inclusion can be a key ingredient for success in the technology industry.[5][6][7] As an […]