Liliane F Schwartz

Liliane F Schwartz
Untitled, 1969
Materials: Perspex rods, disc, motor, acrylic paint
Dimensions: 20cm x 30cm x 8cm
Edition 4/12

Lillian F. Schwartz pioneered the use of different types of computers and original peripherals in art, animation, optical, effects, kinetics, perception, and analysis. At the Bell Labs in 1968 she developed programs, special color filters and graphics that could be viewed in 2D or 3D without pixel shifting. A pioneer, she uncovered and exploited new media to convey her changing vision, perception, and knowledge of life.