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Manfred Mohr

P-049/621290, 1970-drawn to canvas in 1990

Plotter drawing ink on canvas
51 1/2 × 51 1/2 in
130.8 × 130.8 cm
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New York , Los Angeles
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Mohr's work is an important bridge between handmade manipulations and machine-calculated …

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Mohr's work is an important bridge between handmade manipulations and machine-calculated structures in art. Following a series of geometric experiments, a shift toward hard-edge painting by 1967 immediately preceded Mohr's use of the computer as a tool for art. In this period of work, his fascination with …

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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 …

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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 …

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Mohr's work is an important bridge between handmade manipulations and machine-calculated …

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Mohr's work is an important bridge between handmade manipulations and machine-calculated structures in art. Following a series of geometric experiments, a shift toward hard-edge painting by 1967 immediately preceded Mohr's use of the computer as a tool for art. In this period of work, his fascination with …

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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 …

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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 …

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Manfred Mohr

P-049/621290, 1970-drawn to canvas in 1990

Plotter drawing ink on canvas
51 1/2 × 51 1/2 in
130.8 × 130.8 cm
Contact For Price
location
New York , Los Angeles
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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