Vera Molnar is a pioneer in the field of Digital Art. She mixed her constructivist approach with intentional interferences in the mathematic system. Her admiration for Paul Klee is present in her artworks as well as in her essays concerning art. In 1959 she created the “Machine imaginaire” to carry out algorithmic calculations at a time when computers did not even exist and concentrated early on the aesthetic possibilities of Digital Art.
Vera Molnar was born in Budapest in 1924 and worked since 1947 in France (Paris and Normandy). After an academic art school training (Beaux Arts) she makes non-figurative images.
Vera Molnar, 25 Carrès (25 Squares), 1989/90Plotterzeichnung Ca. 44 x 44 cm, Unikat