Linear transformations from one form to another creating surfaces 1970  1972
P32, Matrix Elements, 1970

P52, Quark Lines, 1970

A set of random points are connected and then linearly transformed to a horizontal line.

A set of random points are connected and then linearly transformed to a horizontal line. This is repeated in the reverse.

Both these drawings were published in the catalog: "Manfred Mohr, Computer Graphics, Une esthétique programée", ARC  Musée d'Art Moderne, Paris, 1971


P59, N + 3Hz, 1970

P62, Floating Points, 1970

Two sets of inversed modulated sine curves are linearly transformed to the zero line. The curves are formed by spline functions.

Random points are selected around a circle. Spline functions are used to form a closed curve. They are then linearly transformed to a point.

Both these drawings were published in the catalog: "Manfred Mohr, Computer Graphics, Une esthétique programée", ARC  Musée d'Art Moderne, Paris, 1971


P80, Cube Drawing, 1971

P80 test, Cube Drawing, 1971

Random points along 4 sides of a cube are linearly transformed to their respective base straight lines.

Random points along 4 sides of a cube are linearly transformed to their respective base straight lines.

P80 test is published in the catalog: "Buchleiter/Mohr/Murle/Treiber", Kunstverein Pforzheim 1972


P112, Lady Quark, 1972

P40, F 107, 1970

Random points are chosen around a circle and linearly transformed to 4 sides of a square.

Sets of random points around a circle are linearly transformed to a common point in the center.

P112 was published in the catalog: "Manfred Mohr, Drawings Dessins Zeichnungen Dibujos", Galerie Weiller, Paris and Galerie Gilles Gheerbrant, Montreal, 1974
P40 was published in the catalog: "Manfred Mohr, Computer Graphics, Une esthétique programée", ARC  Musée d'Art Moderne, Paris, 1971

