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Building on the work done by the CACHe Project we are creating a comprehensive online database of CAS-related documents and websites. We are also starting to archive video and audio recordings on YouTube and pictures on Flickr. If you have any material to contribute please contact webmaster@computer-arts-society.org.


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Spring 1984

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Autumn 1981

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January 1981

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July 1980

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April 1980

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January 1980

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September 1979

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May 1977

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July 1975

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Feburary 1975

December 1972

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November 1972

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October 1972

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July 1972

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April 1972

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  • CACHe Project (Archived 23/02/2012)

    From 2002 to 2005 CACHe was based at the Vasari Lab in the School of History of Art and Visual Media, Birkbeck, University of London. It digitised and catalogued the image holdings of the Computer Arts Society and several other archives that charted the development of computer-based art in the UK.

  • Nick Lambert's Computer Art Thesis (Archived 20/02/2012)

    A critical examination of 'computer art' by Nick Lambert. This is the online version of the text submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (DPhil) at the University of Oxford 2003.

  • Technocultures Project (Archived 21/02/2012)

    Computer Art & Technocultures was a major three-year project supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council to study the history of computer-generated art. The project was based jointly at Birkbeck and the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), and was completed in August 2010.