Zdeněk Pešánek. Torsos of Men and Women (1936) 
«One of the most interesting aspects of this work [in Galois fields] is the demonstration of the different visual appearance of the patterns resulting from the polynomials that had not been noted b
In his most recent work, however, language and thought rather than electronics-are the immaterial entities that are given form .
Nude Descending a Staircase (No.2) 
The published document is related to the arwork from the book
Perhaps the most influential event joining art and technology in the 1960s, 9 evenings was held in October 1966 in New York.
Winter 1919-1920, taking him «three quarters of a year» to complete.
«To create BodyScan (IN/OUT), Austrian artist Eva Wohlgemuth had her own body accurately scanned and rendered digitally in three dimensions.Using this as a foundation, the artist subjected her digi
From Drips to ZOOBs: The Cosmology of Artist/Inventor Michael Grey
Edward A. Shanken
Art Byte 1:3 , August-September, 1998
Screenshot of Jodi.org’s hompage
«Beatriz DaCosta’s Pigeon Blog (2006) used miniature air pollution sensors, GPS units, and transmitters attached to homing pigeons to evaluate and map local air quality.»
Jelly Lovers (1991, Michael Joaquin Grey work with Randolph Huff), "a 3-D neural network animation that documents morphological and developmental changes in a Medusa-like artificial life form."<
Bridget Riley speaks about rhythm and repartition in her work.
"Roman Verostko made the first robotic brushstrokes in 1987, using custom software and sumi brush mounted on a plotter to achieve remarkable gestural