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Event Two at the Royal College of Art

This July the Computer Arts Society is celebrating the 50th anniversary of EVENT ONE, their first exhibition as a fledgling group, held at the Royal College of Art in 1969. An exhibition of historical and contemporary digital art and a … Continue reading

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A Machine that Makes Art – lecture at the American International University, London

If you are in the vicinity of Richmond upon Thames, West London this October, why not come to my lecture with the Richmond Art Society at the American International University on 31 October 2018.  A Machine that Makes Art: from early … Continue reading

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Review of CHANCE & CONTROL at the V&A

Read my review in Studio International of the new display of computer art at the Victoria & Albert Museum London – Chance and Control: Art in the age of Computers and learn of the remarkable diversity of the V&A’s collection … Continue reading

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CONNECTION : OPEN 2018 up and running

The Open I have curated for Wells Maltings, in North Norfolk is now up and running.  CONNECTION is the inaugural exhibition in the Handa Gallery and celebrates the quality and diversity of art in East Anglia today. A call to artists … Continue reading

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