Computer art scene
The computer art scene, or simply artscene, is the community interested and active in the creation of computer-based artwork.
The history of computer art predates the computer art scene for severa...
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ACiD Productions
ACiD Productions (ACiD) is a digital art group. Founded in 1990, the group originally specialized in ANSI artwork for BBSes. More recently, they have extended their reach into other graphical media an...
Artpack
An artpack is an archive of computer artwork which is distributed in a compressed format such as ZIP or RAR.While most artpacks today contain either ANSI and ASCII art or hirez VGA, they may also incl...
Mambo Nassau
Mambo Nassau is the second album of French singer, Lizzy Mercier Descloux, it was released on ZE Records in 1981 and recorded at the Compass Point Studios in Nassau, Bahamas
"After « Mambo Na...
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Aces of ANSI Art
Aces of ANSI Art (abbreviated <A.A.A>) was the first group of artists specifically organized for the purposes of creating and distributing ANSI art. The group was founded and operated by two BB...
No Wave
No wave was an underground music, Super 8 film, performance art, video art, and contemporary art scene that had its beginnings during the late 1970s through the mid-1980s in downtown New York City. Th...
Remorse ASCII
Remorse ASCII, or Remorse 1981, is the official ASCII sub-label of ACiD Productions.
Remorse was established in late 1994 by two IBM-PC scene ASCII artists from San José, California who went by th...
Disco Not Disco 2
Disco Not Disco 2 is a compilation album from the Disco Not Disco series released by Strut Records in 2002. The album is a probe to experimental side of disco and punk genres and underground music ...
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ICE Advertisements
iCE Advertisements (or more commonly and accurately simply "iCE") is a digital art group founded in Canada by Many Axe (later Frozen Tormenter) in 1991. Although the expanded title is rarely ever used...
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PabloDraw
PabloDraw is a cross-platform text editor designed for creating ANSI and ASCII art, similar to that of its DOS-based predecessors; ACiDDraw (1994) and TheDraw (1986).A notable feature of PabloDraw is ...
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Lydia Lunch
Lydia Lunch (born Lydia Anne Koch, June 2, 1959, Rochester, New York) is an American singer, poet, writer, actress and self-empowerment speaker whose career was spawned by the New York No Wave scene. ...
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RaD Man
Christian Wirth (born in the 1970s), better known by the pseudonym RaD Man, is an American computer artist and historian. He works in the field of ANSI art, a method of creating art using a limited s...
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Glenn Branca
Glenn Branca (born October 6, 1948) is an American avant-garde composer and guitarist known for his use of volume, alternative guitar tunings, repetition, droning, and the harmonic series. Branca rece...
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Stick Men (band)
Stickman, stick man, stickmen or stick men may refer to:
Disco Not Disco
Disco Not Disco is a compilation album from the Disco Not Disco series released by Strut Records in 2000. The album is a probe to experimental side of disco and punk genres and underground music sc...
Disco Not Disco - Wikipedia
Disco Not Disco 3
Disco Not Disco 3 also known as Disco Not Disco: Post Punk, Electro & Leftfield Disco Classics 1974-1986 is the third and final compilation album from the Disco Not Disco series released by Stru...
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Ritz Hotel Project, Washington, D.C.

The Ritz Hotel Project was a collaboration between New York City's COLAB group and Washington, D.C.'s Washington Project for the Arts. The idea was that the two groups would collaborate to produc...
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John Gavanti
John Gavanti is a 1980 No Wave opera album by members of the bands Mars and DNA. It was written and played by Mark Cunningham (of Mars), Sumner Crane (of Mars), China Burg (of Mars), Ikue Mori (of DNA...
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James Chance and the Contortions
James Chance and the Contortions was a short-lived musical group led by saxophonist and vocalist James Chance. They were one of the original punk jazz groups of the New York no wave music scene.
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Minor artscene groups
This is a list of the minor computer underground artscene groups spanning from roughly 1992 to the present day.
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Lesson No. 1
Lesson No. 1 is the debut solo EP by American avant-garde musician Glenn Branca. It was released in March 1980 on 99 Records.It was originally released on 12" vinyl, as 99 Records' first release. The ...
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Superior Art Creations
Superior Art Creations (SAC) is an underground artscene group which caters primarily to and is well known within the warez scene. SAC members have made, besides ANSI and ASCII art, VGA bitmap graphics...
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Colab
Colab is the commonly used abbreviation of the New York City artists' group Collaborative Projects, which was formed after a series of open meetings between artists of various disciplines. Colab came ...
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Dark Illustrated
Digital Artists of a Rare Kind, later known as Dark Illustrated, or simply Dark was an underground computer artscene group that primarily released ANSI, ASCII, and high resolution artwork from 1994 to...
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