Beyond Boundaries:
Charles A. Csuri (1963 - present)

Explore this extensive retrospective exhibition featuring Csuri's art from 1963 to the present, including his first plotter drawing, real-time animations, newly rediscovered works from the early period, recent examples from the Infinity Series, and more. Csuri is recognized as the father of digital art and computer animation by Smithsonian Magazine, and as a leading pioneer of computer animation by the Museum of Modern Art.



After Paul Cézanne
Black ink on paper
25 inches x 35 inches
Analog computer
1964



Sinescape
Color ink on paper
24 inches x 30 inches
Plotter print
1967



Entanglement
Color ink on canvas
48 inches x 65 inches
2002



Venus in the Garden
Color ink on canvas
48 inches x 65 inches
2005