space.color.motion uses the same computer program as space.color (written in 1999) and was updated to run on all computer platforms, including PC's. In the workphase space.color inkjet paintings are realized from instances (or stills) of the 6-D animation. In the workphase space.color.motion, self-built PC's execute the 6-D animation program with each installation using a unique set of parameters which determines the sub-structure and color set. Each time the program is restarted it picks a new set of 6-d random angles and increments (based on the present time and date). This results in "unique" images which don't repeat and are always surprising. Special thanks to Estarose Wolfson who collaborated on various aspects of this project.

Space.color.motion was first exhibited in 2002 at the Wihelm-Hack-Museum in Ludwigshafen, at Schoeller Galerie in Düsseldorf and at bitforms gallery in New York.







two short examples (50sec) of "space.color.motion"

click here for hi-res movies from actual art work
Manfred Mohr - Installation view Minus Space, P.S.1 / MoMA, 2008
Installation view of p777-y in the famous boiler room at P.S.1 Contemporary Art
Center, A MoMA Affiliate, Long Island City, NY - Minus Space (10.19.08 - 01.19.09)

Mueller-Roth Gallery at Art Cologne 2003

Sony Center Berlin, June / July / August 2004 (Courtesy [DAM] Galerie Berlin)


© 2002 by Manfred Mohr

Publication:
"space.color.motion" - selected installations of P777 (2002 - 2005) - supplement to catalog "space.color", Museum für Konkrete Kunst Ingolstadt 2001


Computer animated screen works of "space.color.motion", each one having it's own unique sub-structure and color set, are in the following collections:

Museum Ritter, Sammlung Marli Hoppe-Ritter, Waldenbuch, Germany
Esther Grether Collection, Basel, Switzerland
Schauwerk-Sindelfingen, Sammlung Schaufler, Sindelfingen, Germany
Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
Progressive Art Collection, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Museum im Kulturspeicher, Sammlung Ruppert, Würzburg, Germany
Kunsthalle Bremen, Bremen, Germany
Regierungs Präsidium, Stuttgart, Germany
Jean et Colette Cherqui Collection, Paris, France
Carl & Marilyn Thoma Art Foundation, Chicago, Illinois & Santa Fe, New Mexico
Private Collections in:

Schoenenbuch, Switzerland
Mamaroneck, New York
Stuttgart, Germany
Cologne, Germany
Gesher, Germany
Brussels, Belgium
Seoul, Korea
Strasbourg, France
St. Gallen, Switzerland