Beckmann's Studio Computers Specified for Early Computer Art

“When the pioneers of computer art started to produce their works by programming mainframes, using plotters for output, the Austrian sculptor Otto Beckmann took a different path. He used a special computer constructed by his son Oskar Beckmann. This article describes the technical context of early computer art, Beckmann’s interdisciplinary team ars intermedia, and the development of nonconventional studio computers.” (Abstract)

Year: 2008
Place: Los Alamitos, CA, USA
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
ISBN: 1058-6180
Journal: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
Volume: 30
On pages: 20-31
Pages: 12