Leonardo
Volume 23, Issue 2-3
Spring/Summer 1990

112 pages
ISSN 0024-094X
E-ISSN 1530-9282

Classroom Lessons: Energy Use/Visualizing Time

Copiers, Motion and Metamorphosis

pp.
295
300
Article PDF (5.8 MB)
Abstract

The author examines the history of photocopiers, their use by artists and the movements that have sprouted up in countries where copier-generated art has been influential. She then moves from a general context to a more specific one where, through the formal and conceptual development of her work, she analyzes the evolutionary process as it reflects metamorphosis and motion. Finally, she returns to the general context of copier-generated art.