What is emulation?
Emulation is a process which recreates digital art so that it will remain an artwork even though the technology which created it may have become obsolete. Art made with the earliest cameras, software and computers is conserved by emulating artworks using newer, existing technology.
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Group of artists founded by Otto Piene and Heinz Mack ready and willing to develop and become a large International/ cross-border art movement. The word Zero came from a magazine that was founded by Heinz Mack in 1957. It lasted for a few years before its publication ceased in the year 1967.
A movement in modern German painting, it's the third generation and relates to how Germany today post-reunification looks like. The movement for the new Leipzig school is linked to people like Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig. Unlike the first generation of Leipzig paintings, the third generation do not have clear characteristics and messages. Instead, the paintings are a combination of figurative and abstract elements, making creativity come to the forefront.