Lillian Schwartz

Lillian Schwartz

Lillian F. Schwartz (born 1927) is a 20th century American artist considered a pioneer of computer-mediated art and one of the first women artists notable for basing almost her entire oeuvre on computational media. Many of her ground-breaking projects were done in the 1960s and 1970s, well before the desktop computer revolution made computer hardware and software widely available to artists.

Read more about Lillian Schwartz:  Early Life and Artistic Training, Career, Notable Works, Reception of Work, List of Awards and Grants, List of Publications

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Lillian Schwartz - List of Publications
... "Computer-Aided Illusion Ambiguity, Perspective and Motion." Visual Computer, June 1998 ... "Computers and Appropriation Art The Transformation of a Work or Idea For a New Creation." Leonardo, 291, 1996 ...

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