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Spontaneous Discrimination

Print
1967 (made)
Artist/Maker

Colour screenprint with bands of pattern horizontally, top: geometric repeated shapes, then circles then a deep area of disjointed shapes built of colour squares on a squared ground, then a line of bigger squares containing a small squared pattern, then more as at the top, then text at bottom.

Object details

Category
Object type
TitleSpontaneous Discrimination
Materials and techniques
Screenprint on paper
Brief description
'Spontaneous Discrimination', a screenprint by Eduardo Paolozzi, 1967
Physical description
Colour screenprint with bands of pattern horizontally, top: geometric repeated shapes, then circles then a deep area of disjointed shapes built of colour squares on a squared ground, then a line of bigger squares containing a small squared pattern, then more as at the top, then text at bottom.
Dimensions
    Marks and inscriptions
    (Signed in pencil)
    Object history
    Suite originally housed in a metal outer slip-case. Black cloth portfolio with metal spine screwed in. ‘UNIVERSAL / ELECTRONIC / VACUUM / 1967 / EDUARDO PAOLOZZI’ debossed/embossed into front of metal slip-case.
    Condition of box: Warped.
    Box is unnumbered and stored elsewhere, currently (2011) at the back of '1st Mezz' in the National Art Library.
    Bibliographic reference
    Taken from Departmental Circulation Register 1967
    Collection
    Accession number
    CIRC.1211-1967

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    Record createdJune 30, 2009
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