11) Manfred Mohr

Cubic Limit, 1973–1974

16 mm
4'01", loop

Manfred Mohr counts among the pioneers of computer art. In Cubic Limit he shows under which circumstances individual lines can create the illusion of a three-dimensional cube. Working in the tradition of Concrete Art, exclusively in black and white and with an extremely reduced formal vocabulary, the artist demonstrates to the viewer the transition from two- to three-dimensional perception.

* 1939 in Pforzheim/DE, lives and works in New York


Location: OÖ Kulturquartier (11)

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