CAS50 Exhibition in Brighton

Sun, 23 Sep 2018

CAS50 Exhibition in Brighton

Between the 13th and 23rd September 2018 the Computer Arts Society's CAS50 Exhibition was on display at Phoenix in Brighton. The opening of the exhibition took place on the Thursday night at the same time as the Lumen Prize exhibition in the same venue, and both were part of the launch of the annual Brighton Digital Festival. It was a very well-attended launch, with lots of people expressing interest in the combination of historical work on show as part of CAS50 and the contemporary work in the Lumen show.

Amongst the earliest work on display in the CAS50 show was a collection of computer printouts from Roger Saunders, who began studying in Brighton almost exactly 50 years ago this month. His work, plus all the others in the show, can bee seen on the CAS50 website at http://www.computer-arts-society.com/cas50.

The CAS50 collection is still growing and we have a number of possible exhibitions lined-up for 2019. Keep an eye on the Computer Arts Society Facebook Group for the latest news. Pictures from the previous exhibitions can also be seen on the CAS50 website.

Author: Sean Clark