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Vera Molnár: Variations

Vera Molnár: VariationsCurated by David Familian


In the mid-late 1960s Vera Molnár and a small group of other artists started to write their own computer programs to make their art. In these computer-generated works, the code becomes the medium and is made visible through a print-out, sound and or video. Once the code is written, the artist gives up control within a prescribed set of procedures that moves the plotter pen to create a drawing.  And when the code is transformed to this analogue output, it reveals images and sounds that the artist and their audiences might never have imagined.  Molnár created variations in her drawings by randomly controlling aspects of a shape or a line. By taking a look at the specific works in this exhibition, one may see how random operations are at the core of her computational drawings and how this represents a major paradigm shift from deterministic, systemic approaches to making more indeterminate art.

This exhibition includes Molnár’s work from 1958-2014, both her pre-computational and early computational drawings. The computational drawings in the exhibition focus on three kinds of objects: lines, squares, rectangle, scribbles each using a different algorithmic transformation.

As one of the pioneers of computational drawing, Molnár had her own unique vision of how to employ the computer. There is a constancy in her work in that movement is always revealed both within an individual work and also from drawing to drawing. Molnár’s technique continues to surprise and generate variations that produce a musical, kinetic play of line and shape.

The Vera Molnár exhibition was made possible with generous support from the Anne and Michael Spalter Digital Art Collection, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the Beall Family Foundation, and Etant donnés Contemporary Art, a program of Villa Albertine and FACE Foundation, in partnership with the French Embassy in the United States, with support from the French Ministry of Culture, Institut français, Ford Foundation, Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, CHANEL, and ADAGP.

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Presenter / Producer: UCI Claire Trevor School of the Arts

Listed Categories
Theater > Other


Event Phone: 949-824-2787

Venue
Beall Center for Art + Technology
712 Arts Plaza, Irvine, CA 92697
Irvine CA 92617

Regions:
Orange County


Performance Dates: 6/26/2022 - 8/27/2022
Sunday, 06/26/2022
Monday, 06/27/2022
Tuesday, 06/28/2022
Friday, 07/01/2022
Saturday, 07/02/2022
Wednesday, 07/06/2022
Thursday, 07/07/2022
Saturday, 07/09/2022
Sunday, 07/10/2022
Monday, 07/11/2022
Sunday, 07/17/2022
Monday, 07/18/2022
Tuesday, 07/19/2022
Wednesday, 07/20/2022
Thursday, 07/21/2022
Friday, 07/22/2022
Monday, 07/25/2022
Tuesday, 07/26/2022
Wednesday, 07/27/2022
Thursday, 07/28/2022
Friday, 07/29/2022
Saturday, 07/30/2022
Sunday, 07/31/2022
Tuesday, 08/02/2022
Wednesday, 08/03/2022
Thursday, 08/04/2022
Friday, 08/05/2022
Saturday, 08/06/2022
Sunday, 08/07/2022
Monday, 08/08/2022
Tuesday, 08/09/2022
Wednesday, 08/10/2022
Thursday, 08/11/2022
Friday, 08/12/2022
Saturday, 08/13/2022
Sunday, 08/14/2022
Monday, 08/15/2022
Tuesday, 08/16/2022
Wednesday, 08/17/2022
Thursday, 08/18/2022
Friday, 08/19/2022
Saturday, 08/20/2022
Sunday, 08/21/2022
Monday, 08/22/2022
Tuesday, 08/23/2022
Wednesday, 08/24/2022
Thursday, 08/25/2022
Friday, 08/26/2022
Saturday, 08/27/2022

Performance Times
Opening Reception: April 2, 2-5 p.m.*


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