Art Enters the Computer Age, 1960-1980
Edward Kienholz / 
The Friendly Grey Computer-Star Gauge Model #54, 1965 / 
Motorized construction on aluminum sheet / 
48 1/8 x 36 in (122.24 x 91.44 cm)  / 
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Gift of Jean and Howard Lipman, © Estate of Nancy Reddin Kienholz / 
digital image © The Museum of Modern Art / 
licensed by SCALA/Art Resource, NY
Frederick Hammersley / 
computer-generated drawing on paper / 
8 x 10 1/2 in. (20.3 x 26.7 cm)
Los Angeles, CA
12 Feb - 2 Jul 2023

Frederick Hammersley, Edward Kienholz

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Keats, Jonathon. "ChatGTP And The People Who Taunt It Have A Lot To Learn From These Pioneering Computer Artists." Forbes, 22 Feb 2023.
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Chen, Min. "Revisit the Dawn of the Digital Age Through These 9 Key Works From LACMA’s Exhibition on Early Computer Art." artnet, 17 Feb 2023.
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Akers, Torey. "Computer art at the dawn of the algorithm: ambitious Lacma show celebrates 75 pioneering artists." The Art Newspaper, 14 Feb 2023.
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Griffin, Jonathan. "Computer art enters the mainstream with Lacma’s Coded show." Financial Times, 10 Feb 2023.
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