Paul Brown Retrospective 1966 – 2022 – Computer Arts Society
Paul Brown pursues his work in the traditions of Constructivism, De Stijl, Art Concret and Conceptual & Systems Art. He discovered digital systems as an artistic medium at the Cybernetic Serendipity exhibition at the ICA in London in 1968. His main focus has been developing “bottom-up” AI or A-Life systems earning him an international reputation as a pioneer of this art genre. The earliest work in this show dates from 1966, when he was 19, and the latest is from 2022 when he was 75.
The exhibition at BCS Moorgate consists of 20 framed prints, 2 hanging scrolls and two video screens. It is free to view but visitors should book their day of attendance here and show their Eventbrite ticket to the reception in order to gain access to the BCS offices.
For more information about the exhibition, please visit the page on the Computer Arts Society website at: https://computer-arts-society.com/exhibitions/paul-brown.html.