Frieder Nake

Frieder Nake (born December 16, 1938 in Stuttgart, Germany) is a mathematician, computer scientist, and pioneer of computer art. He is best known internationally for his contributions to the earliest manifestations of computer art, a field of computing that made its first public appearances with three small exhibitions in 1965.

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Frieder Nake - Life and Work
... Michael Noll, Georg Nees, and Frieder Nake in 1963/64 had begun to write computer programs to automatically generate drawings of an aesthetic quality ... Frieder Nake had his first exhibition at Galerie Wendelin Niedlich in Stuttgart (November 5-26, 1965, with Georg Nees) ... Until 1969, Nake generated in rapid sequence a large number of works that he showed in many exhibitions during those years and later ...
Frieder Nake - Publications
... Frieder Nake Information aesthetics an heroic experiment. 65-75 Frieder Nake Construction and intuition. 61-95 Frieder Nake Paragraphs on computer art, past and present ...