Before Internet prevailed, the fastest method of sending images to far away places was by fax. By the end of 1970s it was already possible to work for overseas clients using fax. The MoMA project proceeded under such circumstances. The decision to use just black in design was not only my personal preference, but also partly due to the fact that without the availability of color fax machines, black was the foolproof color for communicating the progress of work through fax.
- W330 x H420 x D175 mm
- The Museum of Modern Art, New York