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      DIGITAL PIONEERS: COMPUTER-GENERATED ART FROM THE V&A’S COLLECTIONS

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      CAT 2010: Ideas before their time : Connecting the past and present in computer art (CAT)

      CAT 2010: Ideas before their time : Connecting the past and present in computer art

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            Abstract

            The Victoria and Albert’s acquisition of major computer art collections is part of an ongoing project to document and preserve the history of this field. The V&A’s pioneering work in this area is connected to the Computer Art and Technocultures project, in collaboration with Birkbeck College.

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            Conference
            February 2010
            February 2010
            : 8-14
            Affiliations
            [0001]Senior Curator, Word & Image Department

            Victoria and Albert Museum
            Article
            10.14236/ewic/CAT2010.2
            1bfe465c-1da4-45ee-95ba-c0afb944f48b
            © Douglas Dodds. Published by BCS Learning and Development Ltd. CAT 2010: Ideas before their time : Connecting the past and present in computer art, London

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            CAT 2010: Ideas before their time : Connecting the past and present in computer art
            CAT
            London
            3 February 2010
            Electronic Workshops in Computing (eWiC)
            CAT 2010: Ideas before their time : Connecting the past and present in computer art
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            Electronic Workshops in Computing

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