Updated July 11, 2001

MOCA is one of the most heavily-trafficked, comprehensive, frequently-updated
and respected computer art museums on the Web.
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RECENT EXHIBITS
John Pangia
digital paint
Siegfried Schreck
digital drawn
Alessandro Bavari
photo paint

Hans Dieter Grossmann
digital paintings
Afanassy Pud
computer graphics
Ileana Frómeta Grillo
digital collage

Fernando Hocevar
landscapes under the
hidden moon

Herb Polsky
art for a new millenium
Sylvie Gallet
fractal art
Joel Mariano
digital art
Eyejam art
David Works

CARTOON ART
Laura Culver
art as political, social
and personal commentary

LARRY HOPEWELL
The Rachel Boxes

D.L. ZIMMERMAN
portraits

ART
FROM OUR
ARCHIVES
Steve Bennett
animation art
Truman Brown
ray-traced art
Pat Lichty
computer-painted art
Mike Miller
ray-traced art
Leokadia Skotnik
height-field art
Lee H. Skinner
fractal art
Caren Park
fractal art
Neal Bridges
ray-traced art
don lebow
fractal art
Robert A. Mickelsen
ray-traced and drawn art
Audre Vysniauskas
computer-enhanced photography

MAJOR CURRENT EXHIBITS


Pygoya
Eight digital abstractions

 

 

Angelo Di Cicco
nine works

Audre Vysniauskas
Six portraits

Catherine Yakovina
Russian artist, an overview

John Clive
digital abstraction

David Ho
digital illustration

Kent Oberheu
graphic fine art


GUEST GALLERY

Montosh Lall
Bobby Smith
Michelle M. Nicolaï
John Antoine Labadie
Sean Paul Lavine
Wilby
Tony Schanuel


SCANNED ACRYLICS AND OILS
Oliver Gili


THE FUSION
OF ART AND TECHNOLOGY

Thomas Vilot


ALGORITHMIC ART
Juergen Schwietering


FRACTAL ART
Janet Preslar


MOCA DIGITAL ART CONTEST 2001


INTRODUCING OURSELVES
MOCA was established in 1994 by computer artists Don Archer and Bob Dodson to promote computer art in its myriad forms and manifestations. Many talented artists have given us access to their images, and what you see in our archives and current exhibit is some of the best work that we have solicited. Some of it may be of technical or historical interest, some of it may be innovative and unusual, and some of it may have potential (dare we say it) as high art. We hope you agree.

Don Archer's digital art website
fractals, U-draw art and fractal music by Don Archer, MOCA director

Essays on digital art by John Labadie
Printmaking: a digital perspective
Some thoughts on IT in 2001:  in the arts...and beyond

An interview by CESIA, the Italian arts organization,
with MOCA director Don Archer

The Whitney Museum (NYC) and MOMA (San Francisco) host digital art exhibits
Artist, curator, critic Tom R. Chambers reviews them

MOCA's contributing editor is JD Jarvis
Digital art, articles and essays by contributing editor JD Jarvis

JD Jarvis reviews current MOCA exhibits

WE WANT YOUR ART
If you are a serious artist and share our goals, MOCA would like to look at your work. There is no charge for inclusion in our exhibits. Please do not send unsolicited art but make submisson inquiries to Don Archer, MOCA director
don@museumofcomputerart.com

MOCA SEEKS CURATORS AND ART CRITICS
Do you have curatorial and critical skills? Want an ongoing platform for your ideas? Write to:

Don Archer
don@donarcher.com

Commentary and biographical notes by Don Archer.


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