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Computer art in the new millennium

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The concept of art in the twentieth century differs drastically from that of earlier periods. What began as picture storytelling in caves has evolved into elaborate conceptual art experiences. Computer technologies and graphic techniques have made this development possible. Artmaking with technology will continue to expand our ability to experience ideas. The author considers how the art-historical contributions from computer art to a broader aesthetic experience will include algorithmic and heuristic processes, interaction, and telemetric art

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Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 1 )