Lars Vilks

Lars Vilks is a Swedish artist and activist who is notorious for his controversial drawings of the prophet Muhammad depicted as a dog, which made him the subject of protests, death threats and an assassination attempt. Born in 1946, Vilks, a self-taught artist, began painting in the 1970s. In 1980, he began creating the large […]

Leon D. Harmon

Leon D. Harmon (November 28, 1922 – 1983) was a researcher in mental/neural processing, particularly regarding vision, who worked at Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. Harmon started his career as a radio serviceman and electronics hobbyist. In 1950, he went to work as a wireman on the IAS machine at the Institute for Advanced Study, where […]

Leslie Roberts

Leslie Roberts (born 1957, Goldsboro, NC) is a Brooklyn-based artist who maps language into geometric color structures. She has exhibited throughout the US for three decades, with recent solo shows at Brooklyn’s Minus Space. In 2020 she was included in SUM Artists: Visual Diagrams and Systems-Based Explorations at the Wellin Museum, Hamilton College, Clinton, NY. […]

Leslie Thornton

Leslie Thornton is a filmmaker and artist known for her avant-garde work and digital focus. Born in 1951 in Knoxville, Tennessee, she then moved to Schenectady, New York,  as a teenager, where she first developed an interest in film attending experimental film screenings at her local church. She also began painting at this time, influenced […]

Liza Grace

Liza Grace is a multimedia artist exploring nature, environmental issues, and expressions of self. They like watercolor and bright colors.

Lloyd Sumner

Lloyd Sumner was an early American computer artist, one of the first to pursue computer art as his full-time career. Sumner was born in Virginia, as the youngest of 13 siblings, and was orphaned at the age of 16. In 1962, he entered the University of Virginia and got a part time job working at […]

Ludwig Rase

Born in 1925 in Nuremberg, Germany, Ludwig Rase was an architect, urbanist, and artist who experimented with developing computer-based construction plans. He is best known for his collaborations with the academic and artist George Nees. Rase studied architecture in Munich in the late 1940s before beginning his career in the same city. In 1969, he […]

Makoto Ohtake

Makoto Ohtake was a member of the Computer Technique Group (CTG), Japan, a collaborative group known for its large-scale calculator and plotter drawings and its advocacy for algorithmic and computer art. He joined the group in 1967.