Computer Baroque - curated by Richard Wright.
online exhibition from 14 April to 14 July 2009
"Animate Projects presents Computer Baroque, an online exhibition, curated by Richard Wright. Computer Baroque is a selection of defining works in the history of artists’ digital moving image. Rarely seen, they represent a period – the late eighties and early nineties - in which computer animation was the focus for the most audacious and exuberant experiments across all areas of new media, art and technology...
The Computer Baroque programme screened at Tate Modern on 20 March 2009; the majority of those works are now showing here from 14 April to 14 July 2009. Programme notes by curator Richard Wright."
..."featuring pioneers Karl Sims, Yoichiro Kawaguchi, William Latham, Beriou, John Tonkin, Chris Landreth, Peter Callas, Simon Biggs, Ruth Lingford, James Duesing, Paul Garrin, Shelley Lake, The Butler Brothers and Jason White & Richard Wright."
See also: Essay by Richard Wright
Computer Baroque: Computer animation 1987–1995 by Richard Wright (2009)