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In The Dark 2020 - Pictures and Videos

Posted: Sun, 19 Jan 2020 19:37

In The Dark 2020 - Pictures and Videos

We've now uploaded a collection of pictures and videos from the In The Dark 2020 exhibition organised by Genetic Moo and The London Group with the Computer Arts Society and Art in Flux and held at the Cello Factory between 8th and 11th January. The pictures can be found on Flickr at:

https://flickr.com/photos/seancuttlefish/albums/72157712582942603

and the videos at:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLENJb8nmAr0hXZ032V4cgUt0xKcXTzFWT

Additional documentation will undoubtedly appear soon on the websites of others involved in the exhibition.

Tags: CAS, Exhibition

Exhibition Archive 2010-2019

Posted: Thu, 02 Jan 2020 22:49

Exhibition Archive 2010-2019

As we enter a new decade, it's interesting to reflect on the previous one. Here are details over 20 computer art exhibitions involving CAS members or associates. Expect to see more documentation of them as part of the new Computer Arts Archive project.

https://computer-arts-society.com/exhibitions-and-events

Tags: CAS, Exhibition

George Mallen - President Emeritus of CAS

Posted: Wed, 18 Dec 2019 22:01

George Mallen - President Emeritus of CAS

Last night at the new BCS London headquarters in Moorgate we introduced the new artworks on display from the CAS50 Collection. We now have around 80% of the current works in the collection on the walls at the BCS. The new additions include works by Stephen Scrivener, Desmond Henry, Ernest Edmonds, Alex May, Brian Reffin Smith and Peter Beyls. This will now remain on show until the end of March when a new exhibition will be installed. Details to follow nearer the time.

The highlight of the evening was the naming of George Mallen - one of the original three founders of CAS in 1968 - as President Emeritus. The current CAS chair, Nick Lambert, presented George with a certificate and he seemed genuinely chuffed with the award! In the photograph above, George (centre) is flanked by his wife Sarah Mullen (left) and Nick Lambert (right). Additional photographs from the night, taken by Paul Brown, can be found on Flickr here.

Tags: CAS, Exhibition, Opening

Event Two @ The V&A

Posted: Sun, 22 Sep 2019 19:34

Event Two @ The V&A

The Computer Arts Society was invited to participate in this year's V&A Digital Design Weekend. Together with Art in Flux, we showed work from the Event Two exhibition that we held earlier in the year. The CAS50 Collection contribution featured original 2D works by Alex May, Stephen Bell, William Latham, Stephen Scrivener and DP Henry. We also included generative artworks by Sean Clark, Ernest Edmonds and Paul Brown in a video showreel. To see pictures from the event follow the link below. We hope to do more 'pop-up' events like this in the future.

https://flickr.com/photos/seancuttlefish/albums/72157711015761772

Tags: CAS, CAS50, Exhibition

Writing New Codes: Cordeiro / Mallary / Molnár

Posted: Sun, 15 Jul 2018 19:02

Writing New Codes: Cordeiro / Mallary / Molnár

Writing New Codes is an exhibition of work by computer art pioneers Waldemar Cordeiro, Robert Mallary and Vera Molnár. It is currently at the Mayor Gallery in Cork St, London. The gallery has generously given us a PDF copy of the exhibition catalogue to add to our archive which can be found in the Exhibitions and Events section. The exhibition runs until 27th July 2018 so you only have a couple or weeks to see the works. It's well worth a visit (perhaps combine it with a visit to Chance and Control at the V&A?).

Tags: Exhibition