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Charles A. Csuri
Plotter drawings created using transformation techniques
Plotter Drawings and Sculpture, 1966 - 1970 ➔ Leonardo's Human Proportions

Artwork
plotter drawings
Identifer
C07.13158
Creator
Charles A. Csuri
Date
1966
Material
papers, black ink

Historical Significance
Csuri continued to work with transformations on drawings and created several works based on Leonardo da Vincis Vitruvian Man. To do this, Csuri first made a drawing based on Leonardos famous sketch. He then invoked mathematical concepts as a means by which to transform his drawing. By varying the numbers in the equations, Csuri was able to direct the computer to alter his original drawing. See also "Leondardo di Vinci Series."
Related person
Charles A. Csuri