Tendencies 4 (1968), Computers and Visual Research

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Utamaro Woodcut by Jane Moon, Fisherman, Snail, and Hummingbird by Kerry Strand (top row, from left);
Test Pattern by [- ], Three Peaks by John Szabo, and Crest by Kerry Strand (center row, from left);
one untitled drawing and Spires of Contribution by Lloyd Q. Sumner (bottom row).

Tendencies 4 started with a symposium under the title “Computers and Visual Research”. This colloquy (as the Zagreb organizers called it) took place on August 3rd and 4th, 1968. During these two days, the following speakers presented (or had sent their) papers: Marc Adrian, Kurd Alsleben, Alberto Biasi, Vladimir Bonačić, Herbert W. Franke, Branimir Makanec, Matko Meštrović, Abraham A. Moles, Vladimir Muljević, Frieder Nake, Vjenceslav Richter, Zdenko Šternberg, Božo Težak, and Jiří Valoch.

Leslie Mezei send a paper?

Other events of the Tendencies 4 were:

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Utamaro Woodcut by Jane Moon, Fisherman, Snail, and Hummingbird by Kerry Strand (top row, from left);
Test Pattern by [- ], Three Peaks by John Szabo, and Crest by Kerry Strand (center row, from left);
one untitled drawing and Spires of Contribution by Lloyd Q. Sumner (bottom row).

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Bikini Shifted, O Canada, Variations of Tower of Babel, and Digitized Girl by Leslie Mezei (left wall);
Sine Curve Man, Random Color Distribution, Hummingbird, Random War, and Flies in a Circle by Charles Csuri (front wall)

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random objectivation V68-67 and V68-70 by herman de vries, IRB 8-9 (also: I “RB”) and other works from the IRB series by Vladimir Bonacic, three pages from Japanese journals depicting works as well as master illustrations for their production by Hiroshi Kawano, Peek-a-boo Random Circles and Designs by Peter Milojevic (from left).

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Frieder Nake, Matko Meštrović (front row, from left), and Herbert W. Franke (second row, left) at the Colloquy.

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Abraham A. Moles at the Colloquy

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Davor Grunwald, Branimir Makanec [-] Frieder Nake, Kurd Alsleben (from left, sitting at the table) Vilim Crlenjak and Fedor Kritovac (standing) at the Colloquy.

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Boris Kelemen and Kurd Alsleben at the colloquy