Art Ex Machina (Portfolio)

Basic Information

Title: Art Ex Machina (Portfolio)
Artist(s): Manfred Mohr Manuel Barbadillo Hiroshi Kawano Kenneth C. Knowlton Frieder Nake Georg Nees
Date Created: 1971
Edition Info: 197/200
Framed Dimensions: 23.8125 x 18.875 x 1 in.

Description

Art Ex Machina is a portfolio of six silk-screen prints of computer-generated images. It was edited and published by Gilles Gheerbrant in Montreal, Canada. It contains one print and a short text by each of the six artists: Barbadillo, Kawano, Knowlton, Mohr, Nake, and Nees. In addition, there is an introductory text by Abraham A. Moles. The six silk-screen prints were printed by Pierre Foisy in Montreal. The edition comprises 200 signed and numbered portfolios plus epreuves d’artists.

Copies belong to the Victoria & Albert Museum London, to ZKM Karlsruhe, and to the Anne and Michael Spalter Collection.

 

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