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“The First Robot Artist”: On the Life and Work of Harold Cohen

In a conversation recorded at Art House, Santa Fe on August 6, 2016, author Pamela McCorduck and Thoma Foundation curator Jason Foumberg explore the life and legacy of English artist Harold Cohen (1928–2016), who developed Aaron, the first contemporary software program capable of autonomously generating unique paintings and drawings.

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New Mexico Highlands University Students Visit Mouse in the Machine at Art House

Finding Inspiration in Technology

Students from the Cultural Technology program at New Mexico Highlands University (NMHU) recently visited our new Mouse in the Machine exhibition at Art House to find inspiration for their work and to learn more about the artworks and the technology that the artists use to make their pieces.

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SITE Santa Fe Scholars visit “Luminous Flux” at Art House

Mar 18, 2015 - Mar 18, 2015
The SITE Santa Fe Scholars and interns visited the Luminous Flux exhibition at Art House, our exhibition space in Santa Fe. Following a tour of the exhibition, we held a discussion about the Foundation, collecting digital art, specific digital and electroluminescent works in the exhibition and curatorial practices for digital artwork. The group posed interesting and thoughtful questions.

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History of Computer Art: Class Tour at Orange Door in Chicago

On Saturday, March 7th, the Thoma Foundation curator, Jason Foumberg, hosted a group of thirteen students from Victoria Salinger’s History of Computer Art undergraduate seminar class from the University of Chicago at Orange Door, the Thoma Foundation exhibition space in Chicago. Light – Space – Code, the exhibition on view at Orange Door (by Read more....