DMINTI’s mission for our art metaverse is to build interactive, multigenerational communities with a shared 3D canvas for all digital art projects.
DMINTI partners with leading artists, curators and institutions in the traditional art world and guides them into Web3 and the metaverse.
DMINTI has ongoing programming that includes artist exhibitions, weekly lectures and critical discussions on art and technology.
The contest defines “computer art” as “examples of visual creativity in which a computer plays a dominant role.”
February 5, 1965
The Studiengalerie der Technische Hochschule Stuttgart presents the first-ever public exhibition of computer-generated images as art
April 6, 1965
Manhattan’s Howard Wise Gallery presents this first American exhibition of computer art, featuring works by A. Michael Noll and Béla Julesz.
November 5, 1965
Galerie Wendelin Niedlich in Stuttgart presents the third exhibition of computer art, featuring works by Georg Nees and Frieder Nake.
Masao Komura, Haruki Tsuchiya, Kunio Yamanaka, and Junichiro Kakizaki found the Computer Technique Group (CTG) in Japan.
Founded by kinetic artist and aeronautical engineer Frank Malina, the journal will go on 1969 to publish important primary accounts and secondary scholarship in the field of digital art and art and technology more broadly.