Walk-Through-Raster

Print
1972 (made)
Image of Gallery in South Kensington
On display at V&A South Kensington
Prints & Drawings Study Room, level C
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Screenprint in white, blue, red, yellow and orange, after a plotter drawing. Mounted on board.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Screenprint after a plotter drawing
Brief Description
Screenprint after a plotter drawing, 'Walk-Through-Raster', by Frieder Nake, 1972, from the portfolio 'Art Ex Machina', six computer-generated screenprints by Barbadillo, Kawano, Knowlton, Mohr, Nake, Nees, with a statement by each artist and a text by Abraham A. Moles, edition 193/200, published by Gilles Gheerbrant, Montréal, 1972.
Physical Description
Screenprint in white, blue, red, yellow and orange, after a plotter drawing. Mounted on board.
Dimensions
  • Length: 28cm
  • Width: 21.5cm
Copy Number
193 of 200
Marks and Inscriptions
  • '193/200' (Edition number in pencil in lower left side.)
  • 'Nake' (Artist's signature in pencil in lower right side.)
Credit line
Given by the Computer Arts Society, supported by System Simulation Ltd, London
Production
Attribution note: Software: Walk-through-Raster in Fortrain IV; Hardware: IBM 360/65.
Bibliographic Reference
Herzogenrath, Wulf and Barbara Nierhoff-Wielk, eds. Ex-Machina - Frühe Computergrafik bis 1979. Germany: Deutscher Kunstverlag, 2007. p. 467, ill. ISBN 978-3-422-06689-2.
Other Number
CAS/A/0164 - Previous owner's number
Collection
Accession Number
E.236:11-2008

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record createdApril 14, 2008
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