Item NMC/0225BB - Conditional Probability Machine

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NMC/0225BB

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Conditional Probability Machine

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  • 1970 (Creation)

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28 of 30

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Untitled (Parade Robot).

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(1924-2005)

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Born Leith, Edinburgh, 7 Mar 1924; died London, 22 Apr 2005). British sculptor, printmaker, collagist, ceramicist, film-maker, designer, and writer, was the son of Italian immigrant parents. His output was large and highly varied (in terms of style as well as technique), but he is remembered mainly for his early involvement with Pop art and for the large public sculptures he produced in his later years. He had his first one-man exhibition as a sculptor in 1947 and in the same year he began making collages, using cuttings from advertisements, American magazines, etc.

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photogravure. Stamped 'ea781' (verso)

Dimensions: 597 x 394 mm

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