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Art and Design in the Computer Age
 
9/16″ (134.5 x 72.5 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Latin American and Caribbean Fund, 2016. © 2017 Waldemar Cordeiro
 
MoMA brings you the works produced using computers and computational thinking. 
 
On the view from November 13th through April 8th next year, Thinking Machines exhibition will feature nearly 100 objects across mediums, illustrating the influence of computers on postwar artists, architects, and designers. 
 
Beryl Korot. Text and Commentary. 1976-77. Five-channel video (black and white, sound; 30 min.), weavings, and pictographic video notations (detail). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Committee on Media and Performance Art Funds. © 2017 Beryl Korot
 
The exhibition invites a dialogue about the intersections of arts, design, and technology, exploring the works of the creatives, who operated at the vanguard of art and technology between 1959 and 1989. Here’s what will await for you at MoMA’s Philip Johnson Galleries: the very first computer-generated artwork to enter the Museum’s collection by Charles Csuri, Beryl Korot’s landmark video installation Text and Commentary, machine drawings section with works of Waldemar Cordeiro, Alan Saret, and Vera Molnar, as well as investigations of ai systems and architecture, and impact in society.
 
Vera Molnár. A la Recherche de Paul Klee (Searching for Paul Klee). 1971. Felt tip pen on paper. The Anne and Michael Spalter Digital Art Collection. © 2017 Vera Molnár
 
MoMA为您带来使用计算机和计算机思维制作的作品。
 
从11月13日至明年4月8日,“思维机器展”展览将通过媒体展出近100种物品,介绍电脑对战后艺术家,建筑师和设计师的影响。展览会举办了一场关于艺术,设计和技术之间的对话,探索在1959年至1989年期间在艺术和技术领域开展前沿工作的创意作品。
 
Mario Bellini. Programma 101 Electronic Desktop Computer. 1965. Die-cast aluminum casing. Manufactured by Ing. C. Olivetti & C. S.p.A., Ivrea, Italy. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of the manufacturer. © 2017 Mario Bellini
 
以下是MoMA的Philip Johnson画廊的第一个电脑制作的艺术作品:Charles Csuri博士收藏,Beryl Korot的视频安装文本和评论,Waldemar Cordeiro机器图纸选择,Alan Saret和Vera Molnar对系统和架构以及对社会影响的调查。
 
Stan VanDerBeek. Poemfield No. 1. 1967. 16mm film transferred to video (color, silent). 4:45 min. Realized with Ken Knowlton. Courtesy Estate of Stan VanDerBeek and Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York. Photo by Lance Brewer. © 2017 Estate of Stan VanDerBeek
Art and Design in the Computer Age


 
9/16″ (134.5 x 72.5 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Latin American and Caribbean Fund, 2016. © 2017 Waldemar Cordeiro
 
MoMA brings you the works produced using computers and computational thinking. 
 
On the view from November 13th through April 8th next year, Thinking Machines exhibition will feature nearly 100 objects across mediums, illustrating the influence of computers on postwar artists, architects, and designers. 
 
Beryl Korot. Text and Commentary. 1976-77. Five-channel video (black and white, sound; 30 min.), weavings, and pictographic video notations (detail). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Committee on Media and Performance Art Funds. © 2017 Beryl Korot
 
The exhibition invites a dialogue about the intersections of arts, design, and technology, exploring the works of the creatives, who operated at the vanguard of art and technology between 1959 and 1989. Here’s what will await for you at MoMA’s Philip Johnson Galleries: the very first computer-generated artwork to enter the Museum’s collection by Charles Csuri, Beryl Korot’s landmark video installation Text and Commentary, machine drawings section with works of Waldemar Cordeiro, Alan Saret, and Vera Molnar, as well as investigations of ai systems and architecture, and impact in society.
 
Vera Molnár. A la Recherche de Paul Klee (Searching for Paul Klee). 1971. Felt tip pen on paper. The Anne and Michael Spalter Digital Art Collection. © 2017 Vera Molnár
 
MoMA为您带来使用计算机和计算机思维制作的作品。
 
从11月13日至明年4月8日,“思维机器展”展览将通过媒体展出近100种物品,介绍电脑对战后艺术家,建筑师和设计师的影响。展览会举办了一场关于艺术,设计和技术之间的对话,探索在1959年至1989年期间在艺术和技术领域开展前沿工作的创意作品。
 
Mario Bellini. Programma 101 Electronic Desktop Computer. 1965. Die-cast aluminum casing. Manufactured by Ing. C. Olivetti & C. S.p.A., Ivrea, Italy. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of the manufacturer. © 2017 Mario Bellini
 
以下是MoMA的Philip Johnson画廊的第一个电脑制作的艺术作品:Charles Csuri博士收藏,Beryl Korot的视频安装文本和评论,Waldemar Cordeiro机器图纸选择,Alan Saret和Vera Molnar对系统和架构以及对社会影响的调查。
 
Stan VanDerBeek. Poemfield No. 1. 1967. 16mm film transferred to video (color, silent). 4:45 min. Realized with Ken Knowlton. Courtesy Estate of Stan VanDerBeek and Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York. Photo by Lance Brewer. © 2017 Estate of Stan VanDerBeek