Curated by Nick Montfort
shows the computer as an aesthetic, programmed device that computes on characters. The works in the show continue and divert the traditions of concrete poetry and short-form recreational programming; they eschew elaborate multimedia combinations and the use of network resources and instead operate on encoded letters, numbers, punctuation, and other symbols that are on the computer itself.
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Pace Digital Gallery. 163 William Street, NYC. Feb. 28 / March 30 2012