Russian Futurism was happening around the same time, its leading exponent being Kasimir Malevich. Russian futurists produced some of the most boldly abstract works yet seen, including Malevich's compositions of geometric shapes and colours.

Well, by today, we also have futurist programmers, with a manifesto at http://www.sgi.com/grafica/future/futman.html

These people who feel that software is art today, seek enlightement in the words of loud poets of the past, who prescribed originality, discarding of the old and madness as a means to a vital new creative freedom.

Fu"tur*ism (?), n. (Painting)

A movement or phase of post-impressionism (which see, below).

 

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