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Eduardo PAOLOZZI Spontaneous Discrimination (from UEV)  (1967)

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Original screenprint in colours on Saunders Plain mould made special printing 230lb (card), print number 5 from Universal Electronic Vacuum a folio of 10 prints from 1967. Signed Eduardo Paolozzi in pencil, dated and numbered from the limited edition of 75 (there were also 15 artist's proofs). Published by Eduardo Paolozzi, distributed by Editions Alecto, Hanover Gallery and Pace Gallery, London and printed at Kelpra Studios, London. Referenced in Miles, 45.

In very good condition. A super-large and rare 1960s signed Paolozzi print, extremely hard to find these days! Like many Paolozzi prints, this edition was printed in different colourways - we love this zingy green and pink variation.

In Universal Electronic Vacuum, Paolozzi dealt with the contribution of computer processing to our visual repertory. At the same time, he employed the style of computer graphics to make an overt statement about the growing power such machines could have.

Spontaneous Discrimination in the Tate Gallery

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