Ivan Picelj: Tendencije 4 (II)

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Ivan Picelj: Tendencije 4  (Version 2.)
49,5x97cm
High Quality Screen Print / visokokvalitetan sitotisak
Atelier Brane Horvat (Studio S)

Exhibition MoMa, 2018. / Thinking Machines: Art and Design in the Computer Age, 1959. - 1989.                                                              

In Tate’s and MoMa collections.

Tendencije 4, Kompjutori i vizuelna istraživanja - Tendency 4, Computer and Visual Research.

Informational exhibition featuring computer graphics and programmed works, Centar za kulturu i informacije [Center for Culture and Information], Zagreb, 2–8 August 1968.

Participating artists
Kurd Alsleben and Cord Passow (DE), Ars intermedia (Otto Beckmann (RU/AT), Alfred Grassl (AT)), Vladimir Bonačić (YU-CR), California Computer Products (Kerry Strand, Larry Jenkins, Doyle Cavin, Dee Hudson, Jane Moon) (US), Compos 68 (Jan Baptist Bedaux, Jeroen Clausman, Arthur Veen) (NL), Waldemar Cordeiro (IT/BR), Charles Csuri (US), Darel D. Eschbach (US), Willam Allan Fetter (US), Alan Mark France (UK), David R. Garrison (US), Jens Harke (DE), Leon D. Harmon and Kenneth C. Knowlton (US), Hiroshi Kawano (JP), Auro Lecci (IT), Robert Mallary (US), Gustav Metzger (DE/UK) (with D. E. Evans, Beverly Rowe and R. J. Stibbs (UK)), Leslie Mezei (HU/CA), Petar Milojević (YU-SR/CA), Frieder Nake (DE/CA), Georg Nees (DE), A. Michael Noll (US), Michael Palyka (US), Ivan Picelj (YU-CR), Rechenzentrum des Instituts Boris Kidrič, Vinča (YU-SR), Manfred Robert Schroeder (DE/US), Lloyd Quinton Summer (US), Alan Sutcliffe (UK), Zdeněk Sýkora (CS-CZ), Evan Harris Walker (US), Edward Zajec (IT/US).