Purpose: To present and discuss current projects and issues produced by sculptors from North America, the Far East and Europe which demonstrate a variety of applications of the computer to sculpture.
- Computer controlled sculpture: Kinetic, light and sound sculpture that responds to the viewer
- Computer aided fabrication: Use of CAD and 3-D modelling programs to control cutting machines, laser and water jet tools, as well as the use of the computer in model making.
- Sculpture and mathematical visualization: Computer visualization of complex mathematical formulae and genetic evolution applied to form.
- Computer assisted presentation: Visualizing the site, lighting and animation. Computers as a design tool and for proposals.
- Scientific computer imaging and its implications for sculpture: Futuristic tools and sculptural forms derived from the application of scientific software to sculpture.