The Artists and Innovators Ture Sjolander and Bror Wikstrom was originally and chiefly the creators of atemporarily build Synthesizer for the purpose to manipulate the electronic video signal, for their artwork TIME 1966.
This authentic news article was published in the largest Swedish news paper, DAGENS NYHETER 1966 and at that point in time Nam June Paik visited Stockholm, Sweden and TIME was televised in the Swedish Television.
Amongst the younger generation of computer animators, few know that they have a Swedish predecessor. Many engineers were probably working away in their cellars in those days, trying to do the same thing, but Sjolander was the first person to show his results on the air. If any of you would like to have a look at the Godfather of animation, you can find a glimpse of him by googling. Gene Youngblood, who, alongside with Marshall McLuhan, is the most celebrated media-philosopher of today, devoted a whole chapter in his book Expanded Cinema, 1970. For the past decades, Ture Sjolander has mostly lived in Australia, but he has also worked in other countries, such as Papua New Guinea and China. Read full article...
God damn, so boring it is with Internet, no matter if one look at the world news sites, monster bloggers babble Blogs, selling stuff sites, Lava life crap, religious shit, porn sites, yeah damn hell all of it is just a disgusting variation of the television, radio and newspaper shit we had enough of for nearly a century now.
World Corporations ugly stiff websites....oh hell why did we all get this pain-in-the-ass medium as an extra fork in our fronthead.
Sitting on a chair with your hand on a stupid plastic blob mousing your entire life away....
"An illegal pirate copy of my original electronic art work Monument from 1967 has been posted/published on Internet, "Video.Google". The credits on the original broadcast version, Swedish Television Broadcasting, has been deleted and shortened. Legal action will be taken soon against Google and the perpetrator in question." -Ture Sjolander - 24 Feb. 2008