Struggle Between Good and Evil

signed and dated lower right in graphite titled lower left in graphite hardware: CDC6500 mainframe computer software: FORTRAN output machine: offline CALCOMP 963 drum plotter created at Michigan State University during the artist’s MFA/Ph.D studies “M.C. Escher demonstrated this algorithm by employing traditional media and interlocking figures in his “square limit” graphic works. I don’t […]

Untitled (Coded Algorithmic Drawing)

signed and dated in graphite lower right below the image hardware: IMB Mainframe Computer software: FORTRAN in batch mode using 16 BPI tape output machine: CALCOMP Drum Plotter created using the Geography Department’s CALCOMP Drum Plotter at Northern Illinois University California Computer Products, Inc. mark printed along the left edge of the paper

Untitled (Coded Algorithmic Drawing)

signed and dated in graphite lower right below the image “12 second run” written in ink upper left corner of the paper hardware: IMB Mainframe Computer software: FORTRAN in batch mode using 16 BPI tape output machine: CALCOMP Drum Plotter created using the Geography Department’s CALCOMP Drum Plotter at Northern Illinois University California Computer Products, […]

Untitled (Coded Algorithmic Drawing)

signed and dated in graphite lower right below the image “71” written in graphite upper left edge of the paper hardware: IMB Mainframe Computer software: FORTRAN in batch mode using 16 BPI tape output machine: CALCOMP Drum Plotter created using the Geography Department’s CALCOMP Drum Plotter at Northern Illinois University Graphic Controls Corporation Recording Charts […]

Untitled (Coded Algorithmic Drawing)

signed and dated in graphite lower right below the image “Sept 5, seq.1, image 2” written in graphite lower right corner of paper hardware: IMB Mainframe Computer software: FORTRAN in batch mode using 16 BPI tape output machine: CALCOMP Drum Plotter created using the Geography Department’s CALCOMP Drum Plotter at Northern Illinois University Graphic Controls […]

Prostor Version 50 (From the Prostor Series)

titled lower left below the image signed and dated lower right below the image computer used to program the image: IBM 1130 with FORTRAN IV software machine used to draw the image: CALCOMP 563 The Prostor Series establishes spatial relations determined by combinations of a given set of pre-designed modules on a randomly variable lattice. The […]

Untitled (#16)

signed and dated in ink lower right #16 written in graphite lower right   hardware: IBM 360 mainframe computer software: DART1 (Mattox commissioned David Caulkins to create this software) plotter: CalComp 565 drum plotter

Prostor Version 44 (From the Prostor Series)

titled lower left below the image signed and dated lower right below the image computer used to program the image: IBM 1130 with FORTRAN IV software machine used to draw the image: CALCOMP 563 The Prostor Series establishes spatial relations determined by combinations of a given set of pre-designed modules on a randomly variable lattice. The […]

Prostor 1 Version 9 (From the Prostor Series)

titled lower left below the image signed and dated lower right below the image California Computer Company (CALCOMP) information printed along bottom edge of the paper computer used to program the image: IBM 1130 with FORTRAN IV software machine used to draw the image: CALCOMP 563 The Prostor Series establishes spatial relations determined by combinations […]

Hommage a HE

artist’s name, computer identifier 7094, plotter machine identifier CALCOMP, title, and date printed lower right 7094 indicates the IBM 7094 computer used to program the plotter printer CALCOMP indicates the CALCOMP 565 plotter printer used to draw the print on paper  

Prostor Version 143 (From the Prostor Series)

titled lower left below the image signed and dated lower right below the image computer used to program the image: IBM 1130 with FORTRAN IV software machine used to draw the image: CALCOMP 563 The Prostor Series establishes spatial relations determined by combinations of a given set of pre-designed modules on a randomly variable lattice. The […]