The Computer Arts Society was established in the UK in 1968 by George Mallen, Alan Sutcliffe and John Lansdown and pioneered the development of computer arts in the UK and worldwide. To celebrate 50 years since the founding of the society we will be supporting a number of events and activities in 2018 and 2019.
Daniel and Paul Brown, William Latham, Bronac Ferran and the AHRC’s Digital Transformations Theme Research Fellow, Professor Andrew Prescott talk about software, algorithmic art, artistic signatures and working in interdisciplinary ways to make art that makes itself. First broadcast on Resonance FM, 15th September 2015. Making Conversations – 15th September 2015 by Resonance Fm on Mixcloud
Experimenting with observational drawing, algorithms and natural form Gemma Anderson and William Latham The Natural History Museum Sun 19 Oct 11.00-16.00 FormSynth and Isomorphogenesis (Organic Systems) Drawing Workshop: Experimenting with observational drawing and algorithm in response to natural form. This is a rare opportunity to get hands on experience of the Natural History Museum’s collections and to gain insight into … Read More
On Thursday 25 September at 6pm computer art pioneer William Latham will give a talk at Metal, Edge Hill Station. Programmed to coincide with the current exhibition at Metal, ‘Botech Compositions: New Work by Macoto Murayama’, William Latham will talk about his artistic practice, blending organic imagery and computer animation software to model the process of evolution. His work brings … Read More