Berlin’s DAM Gallery Reopens With Early Digital Art Discoveries by Vera Molnar and Manfred Mohr

Wolf Lieser’s DAM Gallery, one of the longest running entirely dedicated to digital art, reopens in a new location in Berlin Charlottenburg with “Discoveries” of never-before-seen plotter drawings from the early oeuvre of genre pioneers Vera Molnar and Manfred Mohr. Recovered during recent visits to the artists’ studios, the exhibited works date back to the early 1970s and 80s. Also on view: a new software homage to Vera Molnar, created by fellow pioneer Frieder Nake.

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