Jane Veeder : Montana, 1982
"My personal creative work in digital computer graphics started, fairly predictably, with a transla- tion of the video work I had done previously as the “subjects” of my exploration into programmed animation. Montana, done in 1982, was a repro- cessing of my western video imagery—running bison, mountains, Chicago skyscrapers, and my trusty black-and-white video camera—into a digital, procedural realm. In those early years in computer animation, even watching a drawing draw itself was fascinating!"
Courtesy of Jane Veeder. Featured in 'New Media Futures: The Rise of Women in the Digital Arts'.