CHArt Twentieth Annual Conference

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Twenty Years of Arts Computing



Pierre R. Auboiron, Panthéon-Sorbonne University, Paris, France
Indexed Lights

Wayne Clements, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, UK
Computer Poetry's Neglected Debut

Sian Everitt, Birmingham Institute of Art & Design, University of Central England, Birmingham, UK
The Good, the Bad and the Accessible: 30 Years of Using New Technologies in the BIAD Archives

James Faure Walker, London, UK
Painting Digital, and Letting Go

Jennifer Gabrys, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Machines Fall Apart: Failure and Collapse in Art and Technology

Andrew Hershberger, Bowling Green State University, Ohio, USA
The Medium was the Method: Photography and Iconography at the Index of Christian Art

Colum Hourihane, Index of Christian Art, Princeton University, New Jersey, USA
Facing the Future Through the Past - at the Index of Christian Art

Nick Lambert, CACHe Project, Birkbeck, London, UK
Recursive History: Assembling a Digital Archive of Computer Art's Early Years

Ann-Sophie Lehmann, Institute for Media and Re/presentation, Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands
1300 Brushes - The History of the Computer as Painting-Machine

Kirk Martinez, Department of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton, UK
Fifteen Years of Art Imaging

Catherine Mason, CACHe Project, Birkbeck, London, UK
A Computer in the Art Room

Vickie O'Riordan, University of California, San Diego, USA
This is the Modern World: Collaborating with ARTstor

Mike Pringle, AHDS Visual Arts, Surrey Institute of Art and Design, UK
A Virtual Disaster: The Rise and Fall of Virtual Reality

Melanie Rowntree, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
Successes and Failures of Content Creation in Web Beginnings at the Victoria and Albert Museum

Christine L. Sundt, Visual Resources Collection, Architecture & Allied Arts Library, University of Oregon, USA
Digital Projects Past and Present - Survivors or Fossils?

Matthias Weiss, Leipzig, Germany
Microanalysis as a means to mediate digital arts


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