From Fingers to Digits – An Artificial Aesthetic

From Fingers to Digits – An Artificial Aesthetic

From Fingers to Digits – An Artificial Aesthetic contains essays on computer art and its relation to more traditional art.
It was published in July 2019 with Leonardo, the International Society for the Arts, Sciences, and Technology, through The MIT Press. The authors Margaret A. Boden and Ernest A. Edmonds, a pioneering practitioner and a philosopher of artificial intelligence, cover topics such as the taxonomy of computer art, programming as art, generative art, interaction in art, art appreciation and creativity as well as interviews with pioneers Harold Cohen, Manfred Mohr, Roman Verostko and many more.

Hardcover, 18 x 23 cm , 392 pages, in English

Price: 45,00 Euro