Paul Brown is an artist and writer who has specialized in art, science & technology since the late-1960s and in computational & generative art since the mid 1970s. His early work involved creating large scale lighting works for musicians and performance groups (Meredith Monk, Music Electronica Viva, Pink Floyd, etc…) and he has an international exhibition record that includes the creation of both permanent and temporary public artworks dating from the late 1960s. He has participated in shows at major venues like the TATE, Victoria & Albert and ICA in the UK; the Adelaide Festival; ARCO in Spain; the Substation in Singapore and the Venice Biennale. He is currently co-editor (with Lanfranco Aceti) of target="_new">Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA – Leonardo/ISAST, MIT Press), chair of the Computer Arts Society (CAS) and moderator of the DASH (Digital ArtS Histories) and CAS e-lists. His most recent book – White Heat Cold Logic: British Computer Art 1960-1980 – which he co-edited with Charlie Gere, Nick Lambert and Catherine Mason was published earlier this year by MIT Press, Leonardo Imprint.