CYBERNETIC SERENDIPITY: THE COMPUTER AND THE ARTS. Jasia Reichardt.
CYBERNETIC SERENDIPITY: THE COMPUTER AND THE ARTS
CYBERNETIC SERENDIPITY: THE COMPUTER AND THE ARTS
CYBERNETIC SERENDIPITY: THE COMPUTER AND THE ARTS
CYBERNETIC SERENDIPITY: THE COMPUTER AND THE ARTS
CYBERNETIC SERENDIPITY: THE COMPUTER AND THE ARTS
CYBERNETIC SERENDIPITY: THE COMPUTER AND THE ARTS
CYBERNETIC SERENDIPITY: THE COMPUTER AND THE ARTS

CYBERNETIC SERENDIPITY: THE COMPUTER AND THE ARTS

New York: Frederick A. Praeger, 1969. First U.S. Edition. Quarto, 101 pages, VG-/G; white pictorial DJ, small black lettering to spine: mild age-toning/rubbing to DJ, slight material loss to head, tail, corners; "CS $8.95" to front flap; DJ protected by mylar; indigo cloth boards, bright gold lettering to spine: very mild wear to boards; slight cocking to boards mild bumping to corners; light age-toning to edges of leaves, minor imperfections to interior, text and graphics unaffected; contains numerous black-and-white graphics and computer-generated images; shelved Front Table.

9-118-1295294

Dupont

Price: $250.00

NOTES

Volume was published in conjunctions with an exhibition of the same name on creative computer interactions held at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, Nash House, London in Summer 1968. Early example of classic computer art;