Manfred Mohr - Combinatorial Framework of the Ordinal 15 & Cluster Phobia (1975)

We do not have to ask: what can the computer do?, but reverse the question by asking ourselves: what do we want to do? and then consider whether the help of a machine could be useful for our purpose. If the answer is positive, we have to find ways of asking the machine the right questions in order to get reasonable results, amplifying our thoughts and intentions. Proceeding in this way is an important step towards a systematic approach of aesthetical problems. Abraham Moles once said: "La machine ne pense pas, elle nous fait penser." Taken from the wonderful ATARI ARCHIVES.

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