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I agree that work created on the computer is just as valid as work created
on a canvas. Simply put, it is a different form of media. It requires
careful planning, thought, creativity, and time to create a work on a
computer. The artist must make decisions just as any other artist.
The main problem is computer art must compete with the history of the
definition of art. Our job as artists, art teachers, and art patrons is
to challenge that very definition and refine it.