A pioneering digital artist, Ernest Edmonds has exhibited computer-based and systems art around the world since 1970 and supervised many practice-based digital art PhDs since 1976. He has published extensively about digital and systems art and about the emerging role of research in such art practice.
He still contributes to art research through two part-time positions: Professor of Computation and Creative Media in the University of Technology, Sydney and Professor of Computational Art at De Montfort University, Leicester, UK. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Transactions, fast track, section of the MIT Press journal Leonardo, on the Board of Digital Creativity and Editor-in-Chief of the Springer book series, Cultural Computing.
- Born London 1942
- Educated at Leicester and Nottingham Universities
- PhD in Logic
- Lives and works in the Peak District UK and Sydney Australia