A look back at the first computer art contests from the '60s: bullet ricochets and sine curve portraits
"The brush is an electron beam; the canvas, an oscilloscope; the painter, an electronic computer." This is how the journal Computers and Automation introduced its January 1963 cover: a black-and-red mountain
Art is seen as unquantifiable. Great paintings are creative forces that transcend their brush strokes, colors, and compositions. They can’t be reduced to mere data, analyzed, and ranked by their creativity.
Upon first hearing how Alfred Hitchcock explains the Kuleshov effect, the specialized language that is cinema began making its parts of speech apparent, by way of my eyes, to my ears. There is a peculiar