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aesthetics and computation group
mit media laboratory
art directors club
john maeda

work from the Aesthetics and
Computation program at the
MIT Media Laboratory

An exhibition of digital design work
May 6 to 21, 1999
at the Art Directors Club Gallery
250 Park Avenue South
New York City

For two weeks in May of 1999, Professor John Maeda's Aesthetics and Computation Group at the MIT Media Laboratory held an exhibition of interactive art and design at the prestigious Art Directors Club gallery in New York City. The show featured the newest digital designs by more than fifty past and present students, as well as an accompanying exhibit of 50 prints created by Maeda from 1992 to 1995.

This web site, which documents the exhibition, includes the interactive executables (written in Java and OpenGL) which were shown at the gallery. The AGC/ADC exhibition was made possible through the generous support of the Intel Corporation.