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Writings: Exhibition Catalogues ➔ Charles A. Csuri: Beyond Boundaries, 1963 - present

Exhibition Catalogue

Janice M. Glowski, Editor
papers, color inks
12 in. x 9 in. (30.5 cm x 22.9 cm)
For a hard copy of the Beyond Boundaries exhibition catalogue, contact ACCAD.

Historical Significance
The "Charles A. Csuri: Beyond Boundaries, 1963 - present" exhibition was held in Boston, Summer 2006 at the annual SIGGRAPH conference, and subsequently showed at the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Kaohsiung, Taiwan from June - August 2008. The exhibition was an extensive retrospective that celebrated the life and computer art of Charles A. Csuri. The show examined and historically contextualized over 85 of Csuri's computer artworks from 1963 to 2006. The exhibition included Csuri's first plotter drawing, previously unseen samples from the artist's sketchbook, preserved Real-time art objects, rediscovered works from the early period, documentary footage, the animated 1968 film Hummingbird (now in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, NY), examples from the Infinity Series, recent still and animated works, and more. This 176-page, full-color catalogue includes scholarly essays, art historical and art critical writings, and an historical DVD (that includes recent Generative Movement works, and Japanese and Chinese sub-titles) with voice-over by the artist. Other didactic information accompanied the exhibition.

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Janice M. Glowski, Editor