John Rockwell, "Ghent tape is star of computer arts"


John Rockwell, "Ghent Tape is Star of Computer Arts."
New York Times (April 9, 1973)

This short article contains John Rockwell's enthusiastic evaluation of the Friday events at the first International Computer Art Festival. According to Rockwell the most appealing work was Innerness (1970), a 25-minute tape with synthesized sound, made at Bell Laboratories by Emmanuel Ghent. He also mentions works by Michael Beeler, John Whitney, Lou Katz, and Walter Wright.