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Charlie Gere

Charlie Gere is Reader in New Media Research, Institute for Cultural Research, at Lancaster University.

Titles by This Editor

British Computer Art 1960 - 1980

Technological optimism, even utopianism, was widespread at midcentury; in Britain, Harold Wilson in 1963 promised a new nation "forged from the white heat of the technological revolution." In this heady atmosphere, pioneering artists transformed the cold logic of computing into a new medium for their art and played a central role in connecting technology and culture. White Heat Cold Logic tells the story of these early British digital and computer artists—and fills in a missing chapter in contemporary art history.