About the Book
Contests and Exhibits at the Museum of Computer Art in Brooklyn, NY,
Dec. 14, 2010 to Jan. 7, 2011 and Jan. 25 to Feb. 11, 2011 respectively.
Each image authentically reproduced in full color on its own page.
Gloss paper. 52 pages. 40 images by 24 artists from 9 countries.
A valuable promotional tool for all contributing artists and another in our
ongoing series of prestigious catalogs recording the history of digital art in our era.
Introductory essay by the distinguished digital art critic JD Jarvis.
Edited by MOCA director Don Archer. Design by Steve Soper.
Don commenced his computer life in the 1990s and was a prominent fractal artist for several years. In 1993 he co-founded MOCA: Museum of Computer Art as a virtual museum, where he serves as director. In 2006 MOCA was awarded IRS 501 (c) (3) tax-free status as an educational corporation. Its celebrated and highly-trafficked website at https://moca.virtual.museum is host to hundreds of distinguished international artists and thousands of their images. Don updates this site on a continuing basis. Don began in 2022 to focus his art-making on (AI) Artificial Intelligence Art and established https://mocadigitalart.com to showcase his AI art. This site is cross-linked to his original virtual museum site. Don Archer works from his home and office in Prattsville, New York, and Englewood, New Jersey. He is married with eight children