"Getting started was difficult. Most of the contributions received this year have been created on computers and sent to us by modem. While others were building fences. Per Morten making holes on the ground :p. On the last day of 1991, the kids-92 Gallery of Computer Art was officially opened. Seven pictures were printed in full color.
Written here is just first part of the KidArtHistory. Gazi Bay Vanga Bay, Kenya Site Visit 2017. In spite of the name, these were fairly independent of the kidart Gallery. And very soon we were startled by more advanced works like the above mentionned amazing computer creations by two Russian boys: Kyril Legovsky (11 and Denis Pchelkin (10). They were held in Stockholm with physical works of art as well as some of the works that had been submitted via Kidlink.
The main objective of the whole thing was the race :p. We didn't have email systems that could handle attachments. The problem with computer art, is that they often are notreproduced well on the commonly available printers. Dyreparken (where we met another scrapbooker - L aTunata - who recognized the kids me :D) and then finally back home. Having a designated driver is great very important, but next year it's totally so not gonna be me :p. After trying to get hold of the owners to no avail we decided to get them pulled oooo I sorta looked forward to that part, making myself comfortable in front of the whole scene prepared to snap photos of the t bummer - the owners.