Since the 1960s, artists have been at the vanguard of using computing to develop new forms and reinvent traditional modes of artistic production. Join artists Beryl Korot and Tamiko Thiel, along with Zabet Patterson, Associate Professor, Art History and Criticism, Stony Brook University, for a conversation on the connections between art making and computing, with a focus on women artists and designers. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition, “Thinking Machines: Art and Design in the Computer Age, 1959–1989,” opening at the Museum on November 13.
Tickets available at mo.ma/2ysCCVO. This event will be livestreamed.
Image Credit: Beryl Korot. Text and Commentary. 1976–77. Five-channel video (black and white, sound, 30 min.), weavings, and pictographic video notations. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Committee on Media and Performance Art Funds. © 2017 Beryl Korot