PIONEER OF COMPUTER ART
September 18–October 30 2016
Photograph of Lillian Schwartz, Joystick, Magenta Plains, New York, NY, 2016
Installation view, Lillian Schwartz: PIONEER OF COMPUTER ART Magenta Plains, New York, NY, 2016
Lillian Schwartz, Abstract #8, 1969, marker and crayon on graph paper, framed: 51.375h x 41.625w in.
Lillian Schwartz, Hippie, 1969, black marker, graphite, crayon, framed: 27h x 21w in.
Lillian Schwartz, Charms, 1970, gold integrated circuit, framed: 18.25h x 20.38w in.
Lillian Schwartz, Cave Painting, 1983-1984, inkjet print of computer graphic, framed: 19.125h x 22.875w in.
The computer was never lifeless for it hummed as if it were cogitating some primordial secret that it would reveal if suitably nurtured.