A. Michael Noll

Year of birth, place
1939, United States
A. Michael Noll studied electrical engineering at the Newark College of Engineering (B.S. 1961), New York University (M.S. 1963), and the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn (Ph.D. 1961) in New York. 1961 started to work for Bell Laboratories. Professor emeritus of the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication. He lives in Stirling, NJ.
Exhib.: 1965, »Computer-Generated Pictures«, Howard Wise Gallery, New York. 1968, »Cybernetic Serendipity«, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London. 1970, »Generación automática de formas plásticas«, computer center of the University of Madrid.
Lit.: A. M. N., “Patterns by 7090,” in: »Bell Telephone Laboratories Technical Memorandum, MM-1234-14«, August 28, 1962. A. M. N., “Computer-Generated Three-Dimensional Movies,” in: »Computers and Automation«, vol. 14, no. 11, November 1965, pp. 20–23. A. M. N., “Human or Machine. A Subjective Comparison of Piet Mondrian’s ‘Composition with Lines’ and a Computer-Generated Picture,” in: »The Psychological Record«, vol. 16, no. 1, January 1966.