Csuri recounts his art education and explains his transition to computer graphics in the mid 1960s. He recalls receiving a National Science Foundation grant for research in graphics. Csuri discusses the use of the computer as part of the creative process of artistic expression and the aesthetic issues surrounding computer use in art. He describes the politics of grant funding in general. Csuri recalls the development of the Advanced Center for Computing-Art and Design. Csuri also discusses new directions in graphics graduate education and outlines important work in graphics development.
Charles Csuri, OH 180. Oral history interview by Kerry J. Freedman, 23 October 1989, Columbus, Ohio. Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. http://purl.umn.edu/107236
Transcript, 40 pp.
Csuri, Charles (Charles A.); Freedman, Kerry J..
Oral history interview with Charles A. Csuri.
Charles Babbage Institute.
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