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Shift 25 II, Peter Struycken, 1983

paper, h 117.9cm × w 112.7cm × d 4.5cm More details
© Peter Struycken/Pictoright

Peter Struycken has been using the computer since the end of the 1960s to, as he says himself, control complexity. This drawing is made on a computer-run drawing machine: the artist sets the parameters and the machine produces the dots of ink in a calculated pattern. Struycken uses this mathematical approach to explore the relationship between place, colour, change and space, while eliminating the factor of chance.