Andy Warhol’s Lost Artwork Recovered From 30-Year-Old Computer Disks

Andy Warhol’s Lost Artwork Recovered From 30-Year-Old Computer Disks

The artist seems to have created some of the earliest computer art in the 80's.

Rachel Pincus
  • 28 april 2014

In December 2011 digital artist Cory Arcangel approached the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh with the idea of restoring the Commodore Amiga hardware in the museum’s collection and archiving the art on the associated disks. Little did he know that he would discover some of the earliest computer art from Warhol on the deteriorating 30-year-old floppies that held all the computers’ data.

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