A. Michael Noll is one of the earliest pioneers to use a digital computer to create patterns and animations solely for their artistic and aesthetic value. His first computer art was created at Bell Labs in Murray Hill, New Jersey during the Summer of 1962. 

Text taken from: http://www.citi.columbia.edu/amnoll/CompArtExamples.html

For more information:

http://noll.uscannenberg.org/

http://www.mediaartnet.org/artist/noll/biography/

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