Century of Light Shines for Twenty-Five Years

@article{Pallas2017CenturyOL,
  title={Century of Light Shines for Twenty-Five Years},
  author={J. Pallas},
  journal={Leonardo},
  year={2017},
  volume={50},
  pages={246-252}
}
ABSTRACT Jim Pallas, an artist who pioneered the use of technology in art, collaborated with computer sage Rene Vega and programmer Randy Mims in 1979 to create Century of Light, one of the earliest interactive public sculptures. In this article, Pallas describes an earlier struggle to incorporate technology into sculpture, the selection process that led to this, his first public commission and the collaborative process. Sited within a pedestrian mall in downtown Detroit, the sculpture sensed… Expand