[FISEA 1988] Art Events

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Overview FISEA Art Events

The Art Show ran parallel to the symposium in the Jaarbeurs Bernardhal. It offered an overview of new art whereby the computer plays a role. These were selected from the competitions. Next to this, there was a special exhibition on computer art from Great Britain and new work from the Ohio State University from the United States. The work was shown as prints of computer-graphics, paintings based on computer-designs, video-documentaries of performances and other forms of electronic art, sculptures designed or produced with computer techniques, installations, computer animations on video and interactive computer programs. A call was sent out for a number of international competitions on

1. computer graphics & images processing
2. computer animation
3. video art
4. films & videos

depicting electronic art, including documentaries, concert registrations and so on,

5. the omniversum-competition and
6. the open-air event in Rotterdam.

The results of the first four competitions were admitted into the Art Show after a selection by an international jury. There were many submissions for computer graphics & image processing, computer animation and films & video’s depicting electronic art.

The different video-formats – VHS, U-matic, Betamax and video-norms – PAL, NTSC, SECAM were problematic for the selection of the submissions! The audiovisual service of Dijkzicht Hospital (Rotterdam) converted all the video to PAL-VHS so the jury could watch more than 16 hours of video from 5 identical tapes.


Concerts and Performances 

Concerts

(Academy Theatre Utrecht)

  • George Lewis — The Empty Chair
  • Cort Lippe — Music for Bass Clarinet and Tape
  • Daniel Brandt — Portable Music
  • Kristi Allik — Cometose
  • Robert Rowe — Hall of Mirrors
  • Reynold Weidenaar — The Thundering Scream of Seraphim’s Delight
  • Daniel Scheidt — Obeying the Laws of Physics

Performances

(Geertekerk, Utrecht)

  • David Roosenboom — Systems of Judgement
  • Joel Ryan — The Number Readers
  • Charlemagne Palestine — The Perfect Repeat
  • Renee Bourassa — Lux

Art Exhibition

An impression of the art show

An impression of the art show

  • artists unknown
  • Peter Bleekemolen (winner of the Computer Graphics & Image Processing)
  • Ohio State University Student Work (computer animation and cibachrome prints)
  • Foxes and Pound

Electronic Theatre

(Omniversum The Hague)