Curated by Daniel Cardoso Llach & Theodora Vardouli, “Vers un imaginaire numérique” opens at UQAM’s Centre de design. Building on Cardoso Llach’s previously exhibited archive of early computer art and design, the Montréal show widens in scope, presenting Canadian innovators (Philip Beesley, Joanna Berzowska, Jer & Diane Thorp) alongside computational art pioneers (Frieder Nake, George Stiny) and ambitious 1960-70s software reconstructions including Ivan Sutherland’s Sketchpad and Christos I. Yessio’s CISP.

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