Join us for a panel discussion on The History of Computer Art vs Digital Art Now at Gazelli Art House, Tuesday, 25 October. The talk will coincide with Gazelli Art House exhibition of Harold Cohen’s AARON Retrospective, and the installation in the GAZELL.iO Project Space of this year's winner of the new Lumen NFT Award. Panellists include Alex Estorick (Editor-in-Chief of Right Click Save), Boris Magrini (Curator at HeK) and Lumen jury panel member; the winner of the NFT Award (soon to be announced), and moderated by Catherine Mason (Art Historian, author, curator specialist in Computer Art) will speak on the history and evolution of Computer Arts and its impact on Digital Art today. This panel will be preceded by a preview of the GAZELL.iO & Lumen NFT Award Exhibition.
This will be a hybrid panel discussion, if you wish to join us virtually, please register here:
39 Dover Street, London
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