Manfred Mohr, ‘Cubic Limit’, 1976, RCM Galerie
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Manfred Mohr

Cubic Limit, 1976

Portofolio of 3 serigraphs on paper
27 1/2 × 27 1/2 in
68.6 × 68.6 cm
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Location
Paris
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Condition
Perfect original condition with the original cardboard box
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Hand-signed by artist, Signed, numbered and dated
Frame
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Series
Portofolio of 3 serigraph on paper, 40 ex Editions Media, Neuchatel
Publisher
Media Editions
Manfred Mohr
German, b. 1938
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Influenced by his experience as a jazz musician and by German philosopher Max Bense’s theories on rational aesthetics, Manfred Mohr has been an innovator in the field of computer-generated art. To manipulate, for example, the myriad variations of the 11-dimension hypercube, Mohr created algorithms in FORTRAN programming language and printed them on flatbed plotters before the advent of laser printers. Mohr’s “Klangfarben” series (2008) features paintings and digital animation of brightly colored diagonal lines and intersecting planes against a flat black background.

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About the work
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Perfect original condition with the original cardboard box
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed, numbered and dated
Frame
Not included
Series
Portofolio of 3 serigraph on paper, 40 ex Editions Media, Neuchatel
Publisher
Media Editions
Manfred Mohr
German, b. 1938
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Influenced by his experience as a jazz musician and by German philosopher Max Bense’s theories on rational aesthetics, Manfred Mohr has been an innovator in the field of computer-generated art. To manipulate, for example, the myriad variations of the 11-dimension hypercube, Mohr created algorithms in FORTRAN programming language and printed them on flatbed plotters before the advent of laser printers. Mohr’s “Klangfarben” series (2008) features paintings and digital animation of brightly colored diagonal lines and intersecting planes against a flat black background.

Manfred Mohr

Cubic Limit, 1976

Portofolio of 3 serigraphs on paper
27 1/2 × 27 1/2 in
68.6 × 68.6 cm
.
Sold
Location
Paris
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