Henry in 'Make Amazing Spiral Art' Posted: 01 December 2012
Here is page 19 of the 'Make Amazing Spiral Art' book by Paul Beck, (2012, Sterling Innovation, New York), which depicts Henry's first drawing machine of the early 1960s. Henry would have been most gratified to find himself mentioned in the same section as Archimedes, Pendulum Harmonographs and Lissajous Figures!'.
If you like, you can view the entire page
Henry at The Victoria & Albert Museum, London Posted: 01 November 2012
One of DP Henry's works is reproduced as a full-page entry in a recent V&A publication on British Design:
C. Breward and G. Wood, eds. British Design from 1948: Innovation in the Modern Age. London: V&A, 2012, p.362. www.amazon.co.uk/British-Design-1948-Innovation-Modern
The picture is fully accredited to Henry in the 'picture credits' section of the publication. Henry's inclusion is a huge compliment and our thanks go to Senior Curator Doug Dodds at the V&A for informing us of this exciting development.
Desmond Heads To Conwy Posted: 01 November 2012
20,000 people visited Conwy over the weekend to watch the projections. Highlights included Bedwyr Williams Boat Tour, Ludic Rooms on the castle, Aether and Hemera and their very loud interactive trees, helen Booth's hypnotic installation, The BBC and Culture Colony
Six Henry originals were exhibited and additional electronic versions of Henry originals were screened at the blincdigital exhibition held in Conwy Oct. 26-28. Henry's links with Alan Turing were also highlighted at this Turing-themed festival.
This is great news and some fantastic exposure for Desmond Paul Henry and we would like to thank Daniella Derbyshire, Craig Morrison and Greg Bryatt for their assistance in including Henry's work in such an epic event.
Desmond In Print Again Posted: 03 July 2014
Dr. Francisco Ricardo of Harvard University is to include Henry images and information in his third book on electronic art. He is also thinking of possibly including Henry in a forthcoming T. V series on electronic art in the states.
Dr. Ricardo is a founding editor of an international book series on art.
Drawing Books & REWIRE Posted: 01 September 2012
Photographer Jessica Eskelsen of Becker & Mayer Books, Seattle has requested photos to accompany a piece on D.P. Henry which will appear in a forthcoming book/kit about drawing spirals.
Curator Elaine O'Hanrahan delivered a paper entitled Desmond Paul Henry: Computer Art's 'missing link' at REWIRE, the Fourth International Conference on Media Histories, Science and Technology held at Liverpool John Moore's University Art and Design Academy. The paper was well received and Elaine would like to thank everyone involved for their assistance and interest in Desmond Paul Henry.