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Uploaded on Jan 8, 2015
Artist/researcher Harold Cohen narrates the process of creating a large mural in the first building of the Digital Computer Museum in Marlboro, MA. Cohen and his assistant create the mural from a projected form of an image generated by a PDP-11 minicomputer using Cohen’s original paint system. The forms are generated by the system, while Cohen and his assistant chose the color scheme and filled in the images. The murals created were a part of the Digital Computer Museum until it relocated to Boston in 1984. Cohen also discusses some of his thoughts on the philosophy of art creation and computation.