Arte y Cibernetica: First Exhibition of the Centre of Studies on Art and Communication of the Foundation of Interdisciplinary Research Presented at the Bonino Gallery, Buenos Aires
by GLUSBERG, Jorge and Alfredo Ibarlucía
Buenos Aries: CEAC, 1969. Light edgewear, overall near fine in photo-illustrated wrappers, typed press release on CEAC letterhead laid in. Scarce; OCLC locates only five records in the US.. First Edition. Slim, square quarto. Exhibition catalogue from an important show of electronic and cybernetic art shown from August through September, 1969, at Galería Bonino in Buenos Aires. Artists exhibited included Luis Benedit, Antonio Berni, Ernesto Deira, Eduardo Mac Entyre, Osvaldo Romberg and Miguel Angel Vidal as well as a project from the Computer Technique Group of Tokyo. The exhibition also featured electronic music by Dante Grela, Francisco Kröpfl, Carlos Rausch, Jorge Rotter, and Eduardo Tejeda. During the late 1960s, Buenos Aires had developed into an important meeting point for arts and technology. Projects in this show include an algorithmically powered printer capable of "automatic drawings" and an exhibition of digital printmaking from Japanese artists. Noteworthy exhibition catalogue that belongs alongside "Cybernetic Serendipity." Illustrated throughout with black and white photographs of the artists, their projects and computer screen reproductions, many set on a long, accordion folded strip bound near the center of the book. Parallel Spanish and English text.
(Inventory #: 22076)
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