Radical Software Exhibition
Celebrating Women's Pioneering Role in Digital Arts!
Join us for "Radical Software: Women, Art & Computing. 1960 –1991," an extraordinary exhibition that uncovers the hidden chapter in the history of digital arts. Through the works of over 30 pioneering female artists from more than 12 countries, including 15 Americans, the exhibition leads us on a journey through the early experiments of computer-generated art and works inspired by computer science produced in the decades that preceded the rise of the world wide web.
Here is a list some of the remarkable women who will be featured in this exhibition::
Lynn Hershman Leeson
Grace C. Hertlein
Barbara T. Smith
These female artists defied convention by creating bridges between art and technology, reminding historical figures who contributed to the digital revolution such as Ada Lovelace, who developed the first algorithm or the female mathematicians working at NASA in the 1950s and 1960s.
We're rewriting history to honour these unsung artists and inspire future generations.
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