For this second issue of the "Recherches" collection, Éditions du Centre Pompidou presents the Groupe Art et Informatique de Vincennes (GAIV).
Formed in 1969 as part of the Computer Science department of the Faculty of Vincennes (Pairs VIII), it brings together visual artists, musicians, architects and poets around a common activity and common tools: programming and computers. He thus constitutes a collective of artists-computer scientists and in particular: Jacques Arveiller, Louis Audoire, Marc Battier, Michel Bret, Christian Colère, Gilbert Dalmasso, Giuseppe G. Englert, Patrick Greussay, Hervé Huitric, Monique Nahas, Didier Roncin.
Preface by Frédéric Migayrou, chief curator of the architecture collection at the Musée national d'art moderne
- "The gay Vincennes: laughter and oblivion?", Camille Lenglois, curatorial attaché at the National Museum of Modern Art:
- "A device to dream theories. The Group of Art and Informatics and the New Tendencies in Zagreb", Margit Rosen
- The visual research of the GAIV group and the (new) tendencies", Darko Fritz - "Back to the origins of the Vincennes experimentations of the music on computer", Lisa Eymet
- From the GAIV to the Ircam: an apprenticeship novel", Gérard Assayag Chronology of the GAIV events, Camille Lenglois
A set of archives 3 interviews conducted by Camille Lenglois :
- Jean-Claude Marquette/Hervé Huitric/Monique Nahas
- Patrick Greussey
- Jérôme Chailloux
- Jacques Arveiller
Appendices : Bibliography, presentation of the authors and presentation of the members of the GAIV A separate iconographic notebook, with room views and reproductions of works.
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- 16 x 22 cm
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