went to the Thinking Machines exhibition at MoMA today and it very good—modest in the number of works but many i'd never heard before and it was cool to see a print out of "House of Dust" is person. there were a number of pieces by Vera Molnar, whose work is so amazing i'm actually angry that i hadn't known about her before http://dam.org/artists/phase-one/vera-molnar
"many i'd never heard of before" i meant to type. it was not primarily sound art, though there was a weird algorithmic harpsichord recording by john cage
speaking of women artists working with abstraction that I'd somehow never known about before, alma woodsey thomas http://www.artnet.com/artists/alma-woodsey-thomas/ https://mastodon.social/media/iw8vG36XjgOHouf-v48
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