Studies in Perception IV: Julie Martin
This portrait of Julie Martin, Director of Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.), was created in 2022 by Ken Knowlton and Jim Boulton. It was made with a reconstruction of the algorithm Knowlton and Leon Harmon used to create the 1966 artwork Studies in Perception I, also known as Computer Nude.
Computer Nude was displayed at a press conference for E.A.T., held in October 1967 at Robert Rauschenberg’s Lafayette Street studio.
© Ken Knowlton 2022. Minted on the occasion of Rhizome’s 2022 benefit. Custom contract by Iain Nash.
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