Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Computer Art?

What is Computer Art?

Computer art is the term used for any type of digital imagery or graphic artwork which made using a computer. Art curators offer call art made with computers either digital or new media art. Artists creating computer art have used technological advances in complex compositions.

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Nam June Paik

Untitled (Columbus In Search of a New Tomorrow), 1992

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

USD 1,450

Vera Molnar

Hyper transformation, 1974

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

EUR 1,950

Ron Arad

Flat Mate,

Sculpture / Object

Metal

EUR 11,000

Vera Molnar

Lettres de ma mère (6), 1990

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 3,675

Nam June Paik

Untitled (Prof.Graubner), 1986

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

Currently Not Available

Nam June Paik

NY + Paris = Art, 1999

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

Currently Not Available

Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven

Maeterlinck - reverse, 2003

Tapestry

Tapestry

Currently Not Available

Ron Arad

4 White Objects, 2012

Sculpture / Object

Mixed Media

EUR 12,000

Ron Arad

4 Black Objects, 2012

Sculpture / Object

Mixed Media

EUR 12,000

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Body Print

Depending on the artist's intention, body print may be executed in different ways that include smearing of grease or margarine on the skin, hair and clothes or by pressing oneself against a piece of paper then dust the oiled imprint with the pigment on the ground. The artist's body acts as the common printing plate, the "body print" however, does not work or act as a self portrait. It rather explores 2 competing identity conceptions.

Multimedia

Multimedia refers to the art technique of combining several single mediums together into one composition. Sometimes, it is called mixed-media. Artists often create new, personal techniques using combinations of art materials in different ways, and the new techniques become part of their unique artistic style.

Conté

Conté is a vivid colored, waxy crayon. Nicolas-Jacques Conte’ invented them in 1795. Artists use sanding pads to sharpen their tips for drawing details, drag them flat on their sides for shading in large areas, and them to blend colors while drawing and sketching.

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