Desmond Henry Exhibition at MOSI, Manchester Posted: 01 January 2011
A retrospective in commemoration of the mechanical machine drawings constructed by Henry in the 1960s from World War Two Bombsight Computers will take place on February the 7th, to May the 7th, 2011.
A big thank you goes out to all involved at The Museum of Science and Industry for their help in bringing this exhibition to life.
Desmond Henry in the USA Posted: 01 January 2011
A number of Henry originals, recently purchased from The D.P. Henry Archive, by the Anne and Michael Spalter Collection, have been included in the exhibition: Drawing with Code: Works from the Anne and Michael Spalter Collection.
Extracts from the press release:
Drawing with Code:
Works from the Anne and Michael Spalter Collection
Opens January 29, 2011 at deCordova
DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum is pleased to announce that director of the Boston Cyberarts Festival and former deCordova curator of New Media, George Fifield, will curate an exhibition of the earliest computer drawings, prints, and animations by the field’s innovators.
The prints and drawings in Drawing with Code represent some of the most elegant and innovative images from this bygone computer era.
Drawing with Code provides a window into the past with some of the best examples of an incredibly productive collaboration between technology and art.
Desmond, Back On The Block Posted: 01 January 2011
The Manchester Museum of Science and Industry has scheduled a solo commemorative exhibition of Henry's machine-generated artwork. The exhibition will run from the 7th of February to the 8th of May, 2011. This is promising to be a great exhibition. Therefore, don't forget to add it to your cultural diary.
Leicester Talk Posted: 15 August 2014
Feb 11th. 2014: Sean Clark of Phoenix Interact Labs, invited Elaine to give a CAS Computer Arts Society) talk on her father’s pioneering work, at the Phoenix, Leicester. Sean is a much appreciated supporter of her father’s pioneering work in the field of Digital Art. Watch Elaine’s talk about the work of Desmond Paul Henry on Vimeo.