Tendencies 4 (1969), Computers and Visual Research
This exhibition was part of the Tendencies 4, organized by the New Tendencies movement. It was shown at the Galerija suvremene umjetnosti (Gallery of Contemporary Art, today the Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb) in Zagreb from May 5th until August 30th, 1969.
The art exhibition was accompanied by an International symposium by the same name Computer and Visual Research. The symposium took place on May 5th and 6th, 1969; the speakers were:
Kurd Alsleben, Art Research Center (Nancy Stephens and Thomas Michael Stephens), Bozo Bek, Renzo Beltrame, Jonathan Benthall, Vladimir Bonačić, Silvio Ceccato, Waldemar Cordeiro, Umberto Eco, Herbert W. Franke, Grgo Gamulin, Karl Gerstner, Alfred Graßl, (arsintermedia), Josef Hlavacek, Vera Horvat-Pintaric, Boris Kelemen, Zelimir Koscevic, Martin Krampen, Leonardo Mosso, Vjenceslav Richter, Zdenko Šternberg, Josef Herman Stiegler, and Bozo Tezak.
Frieder Nake and Marc Adrian did not assist, but both sent papers that were read during the event. Most of the texts presented in the symposium were published in a special issue of bit international, and some of them were reprinted in [Rosen, 2011].
Other events of the Tendencies 4 were:
- Tendencies 4 (1968), Computer and Visual Research, exhibition
- Computer and Visual Research Colloquy (1968)
- Tendencies 4 (1969), Retrospective of NT 1 – NT3 and Recent Examples of Visual Research, exhibition
- International Seminar (1969)
- Tendencies 4 (1969), Exhibition of Publications and Books
Visitor in front of Work no. 4. Series of Rectilinear Pattern and Work no. 5. Series of Flow Pattern by Hiroshi Kawano
During the setting up of the t4 exhibitions: Gabriele Devecchi, Matko Meštrović, Gianni Colombo, Biljana Tomie, Vladimir Bonačić, Umberto Eco, and Martin Krampen (from left) in front of Idealized Brushstrokes by Evan Harris Walker at the Galerija suvremene umjetnosti [Gallery of Contemporary Art], Zagreb.
PLN0434 and DIN. GF100 by Vladimir Bonačić
Vladimir Bonačić speaking at the symposium.
Waldemar Cordeiro speaking at the symposium.
Jon Brees Thogmartin and Nancy Step hens, Art Research Center (ARC).