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The same year, 1974, visual artist Florian Maxa presented a computer graphics work at the collective exhibition Art and Energy in Bucharest , and researcher Mihai Jalobeanu has an exhibition at the students’ House of culture in Cluj , exhibition I was able to see in may ’74 at the Alfa Gallery in Arad . Next, the same Mihai Jalobeanu is present with a personal exhibition, Computer Graphics , at the Galeria Noua in Bucharest, in January 1976, and, a month later, Florian Maxa has a new exhibition at the Eforie hall, entitled Metamorphoses . Other Romanian artists, interested rather in kinetic art, optical art and constructivism, but not lacking interest in the new digital technology were Adina Caloenescu , Serban Epure , Savel Cheptea , Cristian Bruteanu , Ileana Bratu , Francis Goebész and others, from university centers in Cluj and Bucharest.

Finally, at the Electronic Computing Center in Arad, whose director was no one else than mathematician Lucian Codreanu , one of the founders of the Timisoara Sigma group, a collective of young computer specialists having artistic interests, started producing at the beginning of the ’80s, in the workshop lead by mathematician Emil Giurgiu , computer-assisted graphical works. So that, in July 1985, an exhibition was organized with all these works, in the Forum gallery, under the title Art and Computer , starting controversies in the city’s artistic world, as well as inside the ki group, which had, at the time, among its members, at least two or three computer specialists, used as sound engineers or DJs, because the thing called computer couldn’t even be mentioned. The exhibition was accompanied by a pamphlet, where art critic Horia Medeleanu made a synthetic presentation, while the opening was made by artist Valentin Stache . The young artists were Mihai Sabaila , Stelian Porumb , Gheorghe Cheveresan , Sorin Gules and Traian Rosculet , the latter, becoming, after ’89, an active member of the Kinema Ikon group in its Mixed Media stage, and of the Conversatia [The Conversation] magazine, whose computerized layout he made, until its transformation in 1993.

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