Ivan Moscovich

inventor
retired
Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Invented and patented the "Harmonograph of Moscovich", an analog computer which was one of the key exhibits at the milestone "Cybernetic Serendipity" art exhibition in 1968, at I.C.A. in London.
The "Harmonograms of Moscovich", the unique original creations of the harmonograph were exhibited in the 60's and 70's at dozens of exhibitions and one-man-machine shows all around the world.
harmonograms of moscovich
24 x 24 inches
analog computer originals
1968
creations of the patented "Harmonograph of Moscovich" one of the key exhibits at the "Cybernetic Serendipity" milestone art exhibition, held at the I.C.A. in London in 1968, acclaimed as the best math art of the time.
harmonograms of moscovich
24 x 24 inches
analog computer originals
1968
creations of the patented "Harmonograph of Moscovich" one of the key exhibits at the "Cybernetic Serendipity" milestone art exhibition, held at the I.C.A. in London in 1968, acclaimed as the best math art of the time.
harmonograms of moscovich
24 x 24 inches
analog computer originals
1968
creations of the patented "Harmonograph of Moscovich" one of the key exhibits at the "Cybernetic Serendipity" milestone art exhibition, held at the I.C.A. in London in 1968, acclaimed as the best math art of the time.