A series of drawings were used to create one of the earliest computer animated artworks. In 1974, Allen used a computer and punch cards to create her first digital artworks. With an interest in inserting sensuality into the computer, this short animation of a woman seductively lifting her skirt served as a comment on the absence of the female perspective in the development of digital technology.
Girl Lifts Skirt (1974)
by Rebecca Allen
Software: Dr. Charles Strauss, Professor, Brown University
Created on a Vector General computer.