Lillian Schwartz created a remarkable series of films that brought the new technology of computer animation into the artworld in the 1970s. Her work expanded the scope of media art, and spurred fresh developments in technology. Through a decades-long residency at Bell Labs, and collaborations at IBM and the MIT Media Lab, Schwartz continued to explore the possibilities of the computer for artistic exploration.
On December 9, 2021, Lillian was honored by CHM for her pioneering work at the intersection of art and computing. Here, you’ll find all footage from “Breaking Boundaries: Celebrating Creativity with Computer Art Pioneer Lillian F. Schwartz,” video extras, and related content. Learn more about the event and featured speakers.
Enjoy the celebration of 2021 CHM Fellow Award honoree Lillian Schwartz with video on demand. Watch the full program, or pick and choose your favorite moments.
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Learn more about Lillian Schwartz in an illustrated timeline, gain unique insights into the celebration with our event recap, explore our Hall of Fellows, and learn more about our other 2021 Fellow Awards events and honorees—Ray Ozzie, Raj Reddy, and Andries Van Dam.
About the 2021 CHM Fellow Awards
The 2021 CHM Fellow Awards marks the Museum’s first-ever virtual Fellow Awards. CHM will celebrate the 2021 Fellows in a yearlong four-part series of thought-provoking virtual events and engaging digital content that explores the story and impact of each honoree and the present and future of tech for humanity.
Learn more about this year’s honorees and the 2021 Fellow Awards.