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Untitled, from the portfolio 'Art Ex Machina'

Print
1972 (published)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

Blue, pink, green and purple screenprint on board, after a computer-generated image.


Object details
Categories
Object type
Materials and techniques
Screenprint
Brief description
Screenprint, by Ken Knowlton, 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
Blue, pink, green and purple screenprint on board, after a computer-generated image.
Dimensions
  • Length: 28cm
  • Width: 21.5cm
Copy number
193 of 200
Marks and inscriptions
  • '193/200' (Edition number in pencil in lower left side)
  • 'Knowlton' (Artist's signature in pencil in lower right side.)
Credit line
Given by the Computer Arts Society, supported by System Simulation Ltd, London
Production
Ken Knowlton collaborated with Lillian Schwartz in the creation of many early computer animations, such as 'Pixillation'.



Attribution note: The computer program was written Kenneth Knowlton, probably using EXPLOR.
Subject depicted
Other number
CAS/A/0170 - Previous owner's number
Collection
Accession number
E.236:12-2008

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Record createdApril 14, 2008
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