Examines the uses of computers in the arts. First published to coincide with an exhibition entitled Cybernetic Serendipity held at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, August to October 1968. Sections on musical composition with computers, computer-programmed choreography, drawing machine, computer poetry, automatic sentence generation, computer paintings, computer films, graphics, etc.
Publisher: Frederick A. Praeger
Edition: Studio International Special Issue distributed by Praeger. First US edition, preceded by a UK edition in 1968
Date Published: 1969
Place Published: New York
Condition: Near fine
Dust Jacket: Yes
Jacket Condition: Good
Details: 101 p. 32 cm. Colour frontispiece and b&w illustrations. Purple cloth in dustjacket. Glossy paper. Jacket has some small tears to edges, light soiling, price-clipped front flap. Ink signature on front free endpaper.