Computers and Modern Art: Digital Art MuseumDr Mike King Abstract This paper focuses on the relationship between fine art movements in the C20th and the pioneers of digital art from 1956 to 1986. The research is part of a project called Digital Art Museum, which is an electronic archive devoted to the history and practice of computer art, and [...]
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On January 8th in what may be Lord Triesman’s last stewardship of IP, he launched a copyright consultation at the British Library following the Gowers Recommendations. This will deal with improving access to and the use of copyright material specifically a new exception for format-shifting, copyright used for educational purposes, resea [...]
“From an early age I can remember my Dad vanishing to the loft, a place I wasn’t allowed to visit. After hours and sometimes days he would come down from the loft clutching a few black and white pictures and have a gratified smile on his face. One day I was invited up to the loft on the condition that I didn’t leave for a while. I [...]
Its nice to leave your mark! Its been said “a picture is worth a thousand words” but sometimes its nice just to be able to leave a comment. With this in mind Ive added a brand spanking new guestbook for visitors to the site to leave their comments or just say hello. So why not head over to: http://www.paulcooklin.com/guestbook/ an [...]
Over the last few months Ive been trying to source new suppliers to try and keep the costs down for canvas and Giclee printing. At long last Im happy to announce partnership with a new supplier. Their mediums which include museum grade canvas and Giclee fine art prints (matte, glossy and lustre) are not only excellent but cost effective to yo [...]