Harold Cohen: Computer Drawings
- Dates: January 23, 1983 through March 6, 1983
- Organizing Department: Prints, Drawings and Photographs
- Collections: Contemporary Art
- Aaron the ComputerFebruary 11, 1983 "Aaron, a computer with artistic inclinations, can be seen in the fifth-floor West Gallery of the Brooklyn Museum through March 6. The computer is hooked up to four drawing machines and produces up to 12 drawings every hour. Harold Cohen, the British painter responsible for the computer, will be present for much of the exhibition to discuss his work..."
- GALLERY VIEW; PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG COMPUTERFebruary 20, 1983 By Grce Glueck"Given what we've seen of it to date, it's small wonder that when we hear the term ''computer art'' our attention begins to wander. By now, we've developed an understandable resistance to the boring optical shenanigans that result when computers are programmed to make drawings by technicians who lack the imagination of artists. And so the..." (New York Times Fee Required)