The artist’s awareness of the inescapabilty of the technological age is apparent as one reads from the “Generative Art Manifesto” (1960) written by Mac Entyre and Miguel Ángel Vidal. The coexistence of art and technology, therefore, became central to the Mac Entyre’s artistic project. Their manifesto reads, “It is also unquestionable that this kind of painting identifies itself with more technological terms created in the times in which we live, and that it would be illogical to try to escape from. Nonetheless, rather than try to evade the technological age, it is far more important to engender beauty within it, as these artworks produce STRENGTH and ENERGY as well.”


  • Title: Untitled
  • Creator: Eduardo Mac Entyre
  • Date Created: 1973
  • Location: Argentina
  • Physical Dimensions: w23 x h22.5 in
  • Type: Print
  • Rights: All rights reserved
  • Medium: lithograph

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