In Recreating the Past, we will study computational art from the past decades and recreate these works with contemporary techniques to gain aesthetic, analytical and technical knowledge.
Check the original repository for the class examples and course page for more details.
- Linear Figure studies 1, 3 and 4
- Linear figure study 2
- Linear figure study 4 two
- Linear figure
- Matrix study
- Permutations study
- Happy accident: Moving pattern
Muriel Cooper (and Dietmar Winkler)
- Dietmar Winkler’s Teaching Children Thinking on Scratch
- Muriel Cooper Message and Means on P5js
- Muriel Cooper Message and Means on P5js (responsive animation)
Ken Knolton and Lilian Schwartz
Lilian’s research document.
Ken’s research document.
Nancy Burson / Jason Salavon
Jason’s research document.
Nancy’s research document.
Camille Utterback and Romy Achituv / Myron Krueger
Myrions’s research document.
- Brainflux, an esoteric brainf** dialect that takes out the foul mouth and the text form and leaves us with our bodies, minds and the cyberspace.
Glitch / Deformation (Rosa Menkman / Steina and Woody Vasulka)
Rosa’s research document.
Vasulka’s research document.
Bring your own artist: Waldemar Cordeiro
(I also made a recreation of Satoshi Aizawa’s work)