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On display at V&A South Kensington
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Lung Shan I, DAA-06

Plotter Drawing
1989 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Multi-pen plotter drawing with brush on paper


object details
Categories
Object Type
Additional TitleDragon Mountain 1 (alternative title)
Materials and Techniques
Nelson Whitehead rag paper, algorithmic pen & brush drawing
Brief Description
Algorithmic pen & brush drawing, 'Lung Shan I, DAA-06', by Roman Verostko, Minneapolis, 1989
Physical Description
Multi-pen plotter drawing with brush on paper
Dimensions
  • Height: 61cm
  • Length: 183cm
Marks and Inscriptions
(The Title 'Lung Shan I, DAA-06' means Dragon Mountain. The work bears the artist's seal, made by the Xi Ling Society, with his Chinese name Ke Róng Mèng, 柯 荣 孟.)
Credit line
Given anonymously

Object history
The work was first shown in 1989, alongside prints by Harold Cohen, in 'The Technological Imagination: Machines in the Garden of Art' at The Minneapolis College of Art & Design.
Collection
Accession Number
E.117-2012

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record createdJanuary 30, 2012
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