“Digital Printmaking Experiments 1999-2009” Jean-Pierre Hebert

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“Digital Printmaking Experiments 1999-2009” Jean-Pierre Hebert

Time: February 24, 2010 from 12:30pm to 2pm
Location: Pratt Institute
Street: 200 Willoughby Avenue
City/Town: Brooklyn, NY
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Event Type: artist's talk
Organized By: Linda Lauro-Lazin
Latest Activity: Feb 22, 2010

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Jean-Pierre Hebert
"Digital Printmaking Experiments 1999-2009”


WEDNESDAY FEB 24,
12:30pm - 2:00pm

Digital Arts Lecture Hall
ARC Room-E2

DDA Lecture Series:

Jean-Pierre Hébert artist’s talk
“Digital Printmaking Experiments 1999-2009”

One of the world’s first fine artists to co-opt computer code as an
essential tool, Jean-Pierre Hébert has used computer programming for nearly four decades to compose his pieces and to drive mechanical and electronic devices that assist him in making intensely beautiful, meditative, math-based works on paper, paper drawings made with mechanical plotters.

Hébert coined the word Algorist and founded the Algorists group with Charles Csuri, Manfred Mohr, Ken Musgrave, Roman Verostko, Mark Wilson. His work is present in collections including The Victoria and Albert Museum (London), The Brooklyn Museum, The Getty Research Institute, The Block Museum, and the Tweed Museum .


Hébert is currently Artist in Residence at the Kavli Institute for
Theoretical Physics at U.C. Santa Barbara and has been awarded a Pollock-Krasner and a David Bermant grants.

This lecture is free and open to the public.


contact: ddaac@pratt.edu

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