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  05 May 2005
Who is tracy emin?
Watercolours are one of the first tools of creation on the laps of schoolkids, certainly more affordable than a PC and software!
You're right about interaction, though. The computer allows some pretty awesome stuff to happen at the viewer's guidance! But it still is not enough to define it as a "genre". A genre is something much more specific, for example "Interactive Abstract Installations" could be a "genre", or a "trend". Or "Parametric Design" could also be one. Or "self-evolving automata".
But not "computer art". It is too vague, too widespread, and frankly, a little demeaning. Like saying "he paints oils" to sum up Velasquez.
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