Computer Nude (Studies in Perception I)

no visible markings from the large paper edition ___ Computer Nude (Studies in Perception I) is the most widely circulated early artwork made using a computer. It demonstrates the unique capacity of the viewer’s brain to interpret a composition of abstract symbols grouped to emulate areas of tonal value as a human figure. Leon Harmon, a researcher in […]

Computer Nude (Studies in Perception I)

artist’s names, date, and copyright printed lower right Computer Nude (Studies in Perception I) is the most widely circulated early artwork made using a computer. It demonstrates the unique capacity of the viewer’s brain to interpret a composition of abstract symbols grouped to emulate areas of tonal value as a human figure. Leon Harmon, a researcher in cognitive […]

P-197 N/R 801 Cubic Limit II

signed and dated lower right in graphite Manfred Mohr is considered a pioneer of digital art based on algorithms. After discovering Prof. Max Bense’s information aesthetics in the early 1960’s, Mohr’s artistic thinking was radically changed. Within a few years, his art transformed from abstract expressionism to computer generated algorithmic geometry. Further encouraged by discussions […]

New York City

signed and dated lower right in graphite printer’s embossment stamped lower left corner of the paper Nohra Haime Gallery, NYC label adhered to the back of the frame

Diamond Lake Apocalypse

signed and dated lower right in graphite artist’s label adhered to the back of the frame Text is non rational algorithmic sequence. Intention is to present 20th Century algorithmic art, based on the Universal Turing Machine canon in a medieval illuminated manuscript format as a celebration of our 20th Century authoritative texts (like scripture of […]