[FISEA 1988] Paper: Robin King – Computer Graphics and Animations as Agents of Personal Evolution in the Arts


The author addresses a number of issues related to the potential of computer graphics and animation systems to enhance or reenforce the process of artistic creativity and evolution. Various constraints imposed by computer graphics systems are explored and the major psychological characteristics of creative thinking are described. Issues are raised regarding the impact on these characteristics by the properties and process inherent in computer graphics and animation systems and their potential as agents for personal evolution in the arts.

  • Robin King (UK/CA/CN) is a pioneer in digital animation education, he was the founder in 1982 of the Computer Animation Program at Sheridan College, Toronto, Canada

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