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Wooden sculpture built from computer generated random numbers, 1969

© 1969 by Manfred Mohr/ Estarose Wolfson

About the algorithm:
On a matrix, random numbers determine the position, height, width, and color of the rectangular wooden bars.

First shown:
First shown at "Computer Graphics 70", Uxbridge April 1970 and the Computer Arts Society travelling exhibition, UK 1970

First published:
Published in Nigel Hawkes "The Computer Revolution" Thames and Hudson, London 1971    

This sculpture is related to Random Number Collages, 1969