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Malcolm Le Grice is one of the key figures of the British experimental film scene. Born in 1940, he initially worked as a painter before beginning to work with film and computers in the mid-1960s. As well as an artist in his own right, Le Grice had a catalytic role in the development of artists' film in Britain by introducing a film course for painters at St. Marin's School of Art in the 1960s, as a founder member of the London Filmmaker's Co-op and a contributor to critical and theoretical debates through his own writing. During the 1970s his work was central to the structuralist/materialist film movément but has transformed and renewed itself many times since, most recently engaging with new digital technologies. Le Grice is currently a professor at The University of Arts London and his most recent publication is "Experimental Cinema in the Digital Age" (2001, BFI).