<em>P-112a (Lady Quark)</em>

Manfred Mohr
P-112a (Lady Quark), 1972
Plotter drawing ink on paper
24 x 24 in / 61 x 61 cm, framed

About the algorithm:
For each square in “lady quark”, equally spaced points are chosen around the square’s circumference. A second set of corresponding points are chosen with random positions between two smaller squares centered within the space. The first set of fixed points is then slowly linearly transformed towards the second set of randomly chosen points. This procedure is stopped after a fixed number of iterations. The resulting empty space in the center is filled in with black.


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