From his earliest experiments with the medium of computer graphic
systems, John Whitney Sr.
has balanced a cutting edge use of technology with a strong sense of
artistic control and
integerity. Considered by many to be the "father of Computer Graphics",
John Whitney, and the entire
Whitney family, have successfully linked musical composition with
experimental film and
computer imaging. Since his recognized works in the first
International Experimental Film Competition
in Belgium, 1949, to his masterpiece Arabesque in 1975, John
Whitney remained a true pioneer until his
passing in 1996 at age 78.
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