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"In 1966, Maurice Tuchman, curator of modern art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) in Los Angeles, California, introduced the Art and Technology (A&T) program. The mandate of this project, which was peripheral to the museum’s activities, was to promote an exchange between artists and the corporate world.

Tuchman and his colleague, curator Jane Livingston, set out to pair artists and companies in the most advantageous manner. After overseeing the project’s logistics, they supervised its material achievement. In addition, certain works produced in conjunction with the program were presented at the American pavilion during the 1970 Osaka World Exposition and at LACMA the same year.Tuchman and his colleague, curator Jane Livingston, set out to pair artists and companies in the most advantageous manner. After overseeing the project’s logistics, they supervised its material achievement. In addition, certain works produced in conjunction with the program were presented at the American pavilion during the 1970 Osaka World Exposition and at LACMA the same year." [1]

[1] http://www.fondation-langlois.org/html/e/page.php?NumPage=706