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P-55, "random circuit", plotter drawing ink on paper, 105cm x 80cm, 1970

© 1970 by Manfred Mohr

About the algorithm:
Circles, solid lines, and dotted lines are given certain statistical rules such that the drawing simulates a printed circuit. Paths from one circle to another are influenced by what came before. Each circle, contact, has at least one element attached to it.

First published:
Catalog Manfred Mohr, "Computer Graphics, Une esthétique programée", ARC - Musée d'Art Moderne, Paris, 1971 (catalog and show)

About the work:
A small drawing from this program is in the collection of the Kunsthalle Bremen, Bremen, Germany