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Manuel Barbadillo, 'Untitled', about 1972. Museum no. E.158-2008. Given by the Computer Arts Society, supported by System Simulation Ltd, London

Manuel Barbadillo, 'Untitled', about Museum no. Given by the Computer Arts Society, supported by System Simulation Ltd, London

Paul Brown, 'Untitled Computer Assisted Drawing', 1975. Museum no. E.961-2008. Given by the American Friends of the V&A through the generosity of Patric Prince

Paul Brown, ‘Untitled Computer Assisted Drawing’, Museum no. Given by the American Friends of the V through the generosity of Patric Prince (via A history of computer art - Victoria and Albert Museum)

Ben Laposky, 'Oscillon 40', 1952. Museum no. E.958-2008. Given by the American Friends of the V&A through the generosity of Patric Prince

A History of Computer Art, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK ::::: Image: Ben Laposky, 'Oscillon Museum no. Given by the American Friends of the VA through the generosity of Patric Prince

Ben Laposky, 'Oscillon 40', 1952. Museum no. E.958-2008. Given by the American Friends of the V&A through the generosity of Patric Prince

A History of Computer Art, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK ::::: Image: Ben Laposky, 'Oscillon Museum no. Given by the American Friends of the VA through the generosity of Patric Prince

Ben Laposky, 'Oscillon 520', 1960, Museum no. E.1096-2008. Given by the American Friends of the V

Ben Laposky, 'Oscillon Museum no. Given by the American Friends of the V&A. History of computer art, V&A.

Ben Laposky, 'Oscillon 520', 1960, Museum no. E.1096-2008. Given by the American Friends of the V

Ben Laposky, 'Oscillon Museum no. Given by the American Friends of the V&A. History of computer art, V&A.

Leon Harmon and Ken Knowlton, 'Studies in Perception', 1997 (original image 1967). Museum no. E.963-2008. Given by the American Friends of the V&A through the generosity of Patric Prince

Leon Harmon and Ken Knowlton, 'Studies in Perception', 1997 (original image Museum no. Given by the American Friends of the V through the generosity of Patric Prince

The Slade Computer System, about 1977. Courtesy of Paul Brown

The Slade Computer System, about 1977 (via a history of computer art - Victoria and Albert Museum)

The Slade Computer System, about 1977. Courtesy of Paul Brown

The Slade Computer System, about 1977 (via a history of computer art - Victoria and Albert Museum)

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Paul Brown, ‘Untitled Computer Assisted Drawing’, 1975. Museum no. E.961-2008. Given by the American Friends of the V through the generosity of Patric Prince (via A history of computer art - Victoria and Albert Museum)

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Manuel Barbadillo, 'Untitled', about 1972. Museum no. E.158-2008. Given by the Computer Arts Society, supported by System Simulation Ltd, London

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Studies in Perception I, Screenprint after a computer-generated print , Leon Harmon and Ken Knowlton, 1997. Museum no. E.963-2008

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