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GRASS; Series II

Beginning in 1967, Colette Bangert’s collaboration with her husband produced a series of works, “algorithmic drawings,” which have been extensively documented and collected. The earliest work was created at the University of Kansas Computer Center in Lawrence, Kansas, and output to a plotter, the Draft-O-Matic. Colette’s signature “CB” signaled the collaborative nature of their work. […]

Gente

computer drawing on paper Gente* is a digital alteration of a photograph documenting a protest in Praca da Se, a public square in Sao Paulo. After pulling the source image from a local newspaper, Cordeiro subjected it to a process of manual digitization, using an orthogonal grid to divide the composition and then carefully assigning […]

Oscillon No. 1167

oscillon design on photographic paper, 1959, dated and titled (with the number) in ink on the reverse, with the accompanying artist’s label indicating title and date; some very slight rubbing along the extreme upper sheet edge, and a small notch cut out of the upper-right sheet corner (presumably for registration purposes when printing the photograph) […]

Will It Ever Work

iPad drawing printed on paper. Signed, dated, and numbers in pencil lower left recto by artist. Hockney’s genius combined with h8is exploration of digital art (thanks to his iPhone and iPad) immeasurably increased the acceptance of this major and seismic tool and medium in art history. It is important to remember, however, that a few […]

Nested Swallows Version I

Pen, Ink & Brush with Gold Leaf enhancement, 30” by 42” Shown at SIGGRAPH in 1997 this work was part of my “Struggle” series that was first shown at Artec’95 in Nagoya Japan. The characters are non-rational strokes generated with coordinates that control the key stroke (brush stroke and also shown illuminated with gold leaf […]

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