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Harold Lloyd "Safety Last!", Buster Keaton "Steamboat Bill, Jr.", The Lumière Cinématographe

Digital art is the future, It's limitless, it's free.
You can copy it, share it, With the whole world to see.
Art is not about money, It's about the message.
It's about the feeling, It's about the connection.

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Even if you disapprove, you can keep it.
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Copy It, Share It!, Harold Lloyd "Safety Last!", 178.7 MB
Copy It, Share It!, Buster Keaton "Steamboat Bill, Jr.", 182.3 MB
Copy It, Share It!, The Lumière Cinématographe, 179 MB
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Copy It, Share It!, Harold Lloyd "Safety Last!", 77.1 MB
Copy It, Share It!, Buster Keaton "Steamboat Bill, Jr.", 78.7 MB
Copy It, Share It!, The Lumière Cinématographe, 77.3 MB

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Kenji Kojima is a digital artist. Since the early 1990s, he has been experimenting with the relationships between perception and cognition, technology, music, and visual art. He was born in Japan and moved to New York in 1980. He spent his first 10 years in New York City painting with egg tempera. The personal computer improved rapidly in the 1980s. He felt more comfortable with computer art than painting. He converted his artwork to digital in the early 1990s. He developed the computer software for his artwork. But there was a big problem, the software soon did not work on the operating system. He converted his artwork to video while it was working. His ecology-based software and video art were exhibited in New York and at media art festivals around the world. After Covid-19, he could not go out to make a video. In 2021 he started a new series called "The Musical Interpretation of Paintings". At the end of 2023, he returned to his art theme of ecology. LiveCode programmer. Kenji Kojima Resume

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