This is a high-tech reconstruction of the Computer Graphic exhibition organized at the Brno House of Arts, Czech Republic, in February 1968 by the artist, curator and theorist Jiří Valoch (*1946). Valoch’s exhibition was one of the first gallery presentations of computer art worldwide and the very first exhibition of this art in the so-called Eastern Bloc.
The exhibition project called Computer Graphic Re-visited draws on archival research. However, it is not a reconstruction of the original event, but rather a remake balancing between a digital art-history experiment and the “remembering exhibition” (R. Greenberg).
Jiří Mucha (CZ) gained a master’s degree in Theory of Interactive Media at the Department of Musicology, Masaryk University, Faculty of Arts, Czech Republic in 2018. He started working as a freelance artist during his studies. He is a director of the Redlooks company, which specializes in commercial and music videos.
Jana Horáková (CZ) is an associate professor for New Media Art at the Department of Musicology, Masaryk University, Faculty of Arts, Czech Republic and head of the Theory of Interactive Media study program. She specializes in local new media art history, robotic art, and innovative methodologies of new media art research, preservation, and mediation. She has presented her research in Austria, Germany, Hungary, Russia, Finland, the USA, and Japan. She has published in MIT Press, Springer Germany, Springer Japan, and others. She is a member of Vašulka Kitchen Brno – Center for New Media Art in Brno. Since 2014 she works as a vice-dean for public relations and editorial work of Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University.