[NetBehaviour] ada lovelace day
james at jwm-art.net
Fri Mar 27 14:23:24 CET 2009
I've been thinking a little about this, but with only a limited
awareness of women within art and technology, there's not much I can
add. (My awareness of men working with art and technology is only
slightly more knowledgable).
Certainly Mez has been an influence in some of my writings/list posts,
and I love her graphics work (I'd love her to design an alternative set
of icons for my game;-).
Discovering about Delia Derbyshire and her early work with synthesis for
the Doctor Who theme was exciting and inspiring. Two books I found very
interesting to read were "The Demon Lover - the roots of terrorism" by
Robin Morgan, and "Bosch" by Laurinda Dixon.
On 27/3/2009, "Rob Myers" <rob at robmyers.org> wrote:
>On Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at 10:44 AM, Ruth Catlow
><ruth.catlow at furtherfield.org> wrote:
>> There's still plenty of time.
>> The call doesn't close till 12 midnight on Monday.
>That's a relief, as I missed the actual day due to jet lag. :-)
>I know some people I'm about to mention have already been covered but
>my personal list would be:
>Ada Lovelace (the original hacker),
>Jasia Reichardt (for Cybernetic Serendipity, "The Computer in Art", and after),
>Tessa Elliot (interactive multimedia artist and influential teacher),
>Tracey Matthieson (online multi-user VR pioneer),
>Susan Kare (designed the influential original Macintosh icons)
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