HPI-Documentary Premiere: Andy Warhol’s Amiga Experiments
From as far back as the drawings made on the inside of caves, visual images have, from time to time, become "invisible.” Consider the case of 23 images made by Andy Warhol on a Commodore Amiga computer drawing program in 1985. It wasn’t long before the images were trapped, held captive on obsolete disks. For more than 25 years, they remained in The Andy Warhol Museum archive, until 2013, when an intrepid team set out to retrieve them.
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