January 12, 2004

Ken Perlin at Whitney Artport

by Andrew Stern · , 12:06 am

Ken Perlin, a longtime pioneer of computer graphics and interactive virtual characters at NYU, has 77 “pages of his sketchbook” online at the Whitney Artport — an extensive collection of the inspiring interactive graphical applets Ken has written over the years. He’s the January installment of the rotating-monthly Gate Pages (which also recently featured GTxA’s Noah). (via Rhizome NetArtNews)

Also still at the Artport since about a year ago, is the amazing software art group show CODeDOC — more really great stuff. (Leading me to discover CODeDOC II, part of last September’s Ars Electronica.)

2 Responses to “Ken Perlin at Whitney Artport”

  1. Jurie Horneman Says:

    Why couldn’t it be at Vienna Airport? Bah :(

  2. jack Says:

    If minds were planes this is what an internet

    airport would look like if, like, 5 planes

    in a row all landed at the same time:


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