1972, 6:12 min, b&w, sound

Realized with Wade Shaw, Electronic-optical computer finger paintings. Laws of reflective mirror images, an interplay between drawing by hand and computer. Art from the future, electronic calligraphy. Developed as an experiment at MIT while at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies, this film explores the rapid tracking of drawn line images compounded by the symmetry of multiple images; one result of the experiment is the phenomenon of color that comes from the black and white images, a blend of music and images that mystifies and delights the eye.

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