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Roy Ascott is an artist, theoretician and educator who has been a pioneer in telematic and cybernetic art since the early Sixties.
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Roy Ascott: The Analogues, 2013.
Installation videw at Plug-in Institute of Contemporary Art, Winnipeg, Canada.
Roy Ascott, Analogue Table, 1963. Wood, perspex, and paint; 94.5x105x7.5 cm.
Roy Ascott, Video-Roget, 1962. Wood perspex and paint; 89.5x127x7.5 cm.
Tate Gallery London permanent collection.
Roy Ascott, N-Tropic—Random Map II, 1968. Wood and paint; 152x152x10 cm.
Roy Ascott, N-Tropic—Random Map I, 1968. Wood and paint; 152x152x10 cm.
Roy Ascott, Cloud Template, 1966. Stained wood; 109x86.4 cm.
Roy Ascott, Parameter IV, 1967. Wood and paint; 212x210x10 cm.
Roy Ascott, Change Painting, 1959–1960. Four different states. Plexiglass, wood and oil; 167.64x53.34 cm.
Roy Ascott, Plastic Transactions, 1971.
Roy Ascott, Blackboard Notes, 1967. Framed screenprint, 68.5x43 cm.
Roy Ascott, Items of Intention, 1963.
Wood and paint; 154.77x20.25x7.5 cm.