We will be adding to list and including images from our archive in due course.
Small Computers in the Arts Network
anarchy in the arts: the techno-revolution
Art show in conjunction with the 14th Annual SCAN symposium held at the Franklin Institute. SCAN was one of the very earliest groups to investigate the potential of computer technologies in the arts. Early conferences focused more on music, but as the group expanded - and as digital tools for the visual arts became more sophisticated - they began to look at the visual arts as well. The last SCAN conference was held in 2000.
Dennis Orlando and Gary Clark
Dennis and Gary both began experimenting with the digital medium early on and Silicon was one of the first galleries to show there work.
Fractal Design Show
Featured the winners of Fractal Design Corp's international art competition - this exhibit was also shown at Macworld in Boston and the Seybold Conference in San Francisco. Visit the Fractal Design Gallery for a sense of the work in this show.
Our most ambitious show of digital sculpture in conjunction with the Computer Sculpture Forum (USA) and Ars Mathematica (France). During the show we had a video link with our sister gallery in Paris (Gallerie Graphe) and visitors to the galleries could take remote control of a camera and "look around" even though the galleries were 3,000 miles apart. Intersculpt is still going on in 2015.
SCAN - Digital Passion
SCAN art show in conjunction with the 15th annual symposium held at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia's International Contemporary Art Competition of Old City show of digital art winners.
ENIAC, the worlds first computer, had it's 50th birthday party, attended by Vice President Gore and Silicon Gallery held a special show to help the celebrations.
One man show
One woman Show
SILICON GALLERY SPOTLIGHTS WOMEN ARTISTS
Exhibition presented in conjunction with W.C.A. National Conference
Alan Kolc & Michael Furman
Digital Desire - (Cars & Babes)
Dorothy Simpson Krause, Bonny Lhotka
Lit from Within
Bob Asman, Nancy Hellebrand-Blood, Mark Campbell, Paul Cava, Susan Fenton, Richard Harrod, Jeannie Pearce, Blaise Tobia
Silicon, Silver and Light
The Digital Canvas, Digital creations on a 15" square of canvas
Winners of the Small Computers in the Arts Network show including Jeannie Pierce, Mel Fisher, Will Montgomery, Robert Michael Smith, Harris Fogel, Steve Belkowitz
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