This collection is comprised of 286 35mm slides, 193 in color and 93 in black and white, depicting work created as part of
the Art and Technology Program organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).
Intrigued by the advanced technology used by corporations in Southern California in 1966, Maurice Tuchman, Los Angeles County
Museum of Art (LACMA) Curator of Modern Art, began to imagine what an artist could create in an industrial environment. The
idea of linking art and industry eventually led to the creation of the Art and Technology Program.
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