Featuring key artworks from the pioneers of digital art over the last 50 years, Chester Visual Arts brings this ground-breaking V&A exhibition to Chester this summer.
Chester Visual Arts (CVA) brings the major V&A exhibition Chance and Control: Art in the Age of Computers to Chester this summer. Featuring key artworks from the pioneers of digital art over the last 50 years, this groundbreaking exhibition is another significant milestone towards the organisation’s objective to establish a permanent contemporary art gallery in Chester.
Since the 1960s, artists and programmers have used computers to create prints, drawings, paintings, photographs and digital artworks. Chance and Control draws on the V&A’s rich international collection of computer-generated art and includes work by pioneering digital artists such as Frieder Nake and Georg Nees – who produced some of the earliest computer art – through to the younger generation of artists practicing today.
It offers viewers the rare opportunity to trace the chronological development of digital art, exploring how aspects of chance and control shaped the creative process and produced vivid and original artworks.
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Primary exhibition funder the Tyrer Charitable Trust
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