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MONALEO 1985

Lillian Schwartz

A pioneer in the use of the computer in the arts.  She  uses the computer to create works of art in graphics, film/video and special effects, and in  art analysis.  Her work is in major art collections around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum, and the Metropolitan Museum of  Art  in New York, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Georges Pompidou Center, and the Grand Palais in Paris.

 MONALEO details,  Hardware: Symbolics 3600 computer, Software for Symbolics b/w photo 8”x10”

Hockney Illusion  1988 

 with Gerard Holzmann. b/w photograph. Image size: 19 1/4""x 15 1/2" paper size: 20"x16" (Scanned from a photograph of the artist, David Hockney, by a picture process-processing program called PICO. It was used to remove spatial elements and levels of gray. Remaining fragments formed and 'illusion.'


Leo and I ed. of 5 fujichrome image size 7 1/4" x 6 1/2" paper size  11" x 8 1/2"
She has received many awards including an  Emmy,  Emmy Nominations, and an Academy Award. A Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science, Schwartz wrote with  Laurens R. Schwartz,  "The Computer Artist's Handbook"  (W.W. Norton 1992). For many  years she has been  consulting with major corporations involved with computers and technology.

 "What we know as computer art began in December 1968,when Lillian Schwartz grasped a light pen and began to draw." Arno Penzias (Vice President and  Chief Scientist, Lucent Technologies, Bell Labs)

 Barbara London, curator at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, has followed Lillian Schwartz's work since the 1970's.  She calls Schwartz  "gifted and an innovator who maintains a career on the cutting edge." (Excerpted  with permission by Barbara London, from Leon Museum of Contemporary  Art,   December 1995)                                             


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