8-CORNER / GENERATIVE COMPUTER GRAPHIC, 1960s
“To produce the graphics, I used a drawing board controlled by a punch tape and a digital computer producing the pilot tape. Each graphic has random parameters. The program for each graphic repeats generative fundamental operations so that the mere repetitions, the aesthetic redundancy, produce the random parametric values of the aesthetic improbability of the graphic during each repetition.
Rule for 8-corner: Distribute eight dots inside the figure square and connect them with a closed straight edge line.”