Category Archives: SERIES NINE
This week’s guests on Studio Visit are Tung-Hui Hu, author of the brilliant newly published book ‘A Prehistory of the Cloud’; and Grant D. Taylor, author of ‘When the Machine Made Art’ a peerless history of computer art in the
Federica Frabetti, author of Software Theory, and musician Mark Bell, discuss their approaches to thinking through and using software.
Artist and serial innovator Rebecca Allen, and Zabet Patterson, author of newly published MIT book ‘Peripheral Vision’, talk about different approaches to contemporary art and technology.
London based artists Lawrence Lek and Cécile B. Evans talk about their respective approaches to art through technology.
Professor of Cognitive Robotics at Imperial College, London, Murray Shanahan talks about his newly published and unputdownable book ‘The Technological Singularity’.
Since the late 1960s, Manfred Mohr has been using computers and algorithms to produce drawings, films and wall reliefs. The results are compelling works of geometrical abstraction that exercise the mind and excite the eye.