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Cover Quote: February 1987

…[T]he most successful “computer artists” are those few who do more than merely replace the paintbrush with the electronic pen. These artists use the computer as a means of significantly advancing artistic concerns—a process that often requires conceptual and aesthetic breaks with practices that may have taken a lifetime to develop.…In the right hands, though, the computer has proven a remarkably flexible and effective medium for artistic explorations.



- Ken Sofer
Art? Or Not Art?, 1981
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