Redler’s List

Hannah Redler, speaking at Inter/sections last week, listed what she sees as the 15 most significant works of digital art in the last 20 years. A useful reference.

Her list was:
1. 1993: Telematic Vision by Paul Sermon.

2. 1994: Resonance of 4 by Toshio Iwai.

3. 1998: System Maintenance by Perry Hoberman .

4. 1999: Graphic Jam by Mark Napier and Andy Deck. (see also Deck’s site here, here and here).

5. 2000: Machination by Jonathan Jones Morris and Tessa Elliott.

6. 2002: Fork Bomb by Alex Maclean.

7. 2003: Do Not Touch by Christain Moeller.

8. 1998: Robot Bodies by Keith Piper.

9. 2004: Decorative News Feeds by Thompson/ Craighead.

10. 2003: Listening Post by Mark Hanson and Ben Rubin.

11. 2015: Karen by Blast Theory.

12. 2014: Regular Division by Joe Hamilton .

13. 2009: Seascapes by Susan Collins.

14. 1998: We need us by Julie Freeman.

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