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title: Computer Graphic-Aesthetic Experiments between Two Cultures
year: 2007
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Klütsch, Christoph 2007. Computer Graphic-Aesthetic Experiments between Two Cultures. In: Leonardo. New York:MIT Press
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The author presents a summary of his research on the Stuttgart School and information aesthetics as developed by Max Bense in the 1950s and 1960s. Three artists, Frieder Nake, Georg Nees and Manfred Mohr, adopted the use of information aesthetics in computer graphics. The author investigates the relation between artistic practice and aesthetic theory.

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