Visiting the “Chance & Control – Art in the Age of Computers” display at the V&A Museum, celebrating over 50 years of computer-generated art. 🔲 Georg Nees created some of the first computer-generated images while working at Siemens. ‘Gravel’ was generated by introducing random variables into a computer program, causing orderly squares to descend into a heap.

Visiting the “Chance & Control – Art in the Age of Computers” display at the V&A Museum, celebrating over 50 years of computer-generated art. 🔲
Georg Nees created some of the first computer-generated images while working at Siemens. ‘Gravel’ was generated by introducing random variables into a computer program, causing orderly squares to descend into a heap.

Photo taken at: Victoria and Albert Museum

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