Carl Fernbach-Flarsheim - Boolean Image/Conceptual Typewriter. From the exhibition Software in NYC, 1970. According to the under-age programmers of this piece, The R.E.S.I.S.T.O.R.S: 

The exhibit was an anti-climax. The show opened in the summer, when it was rather hot, and the heat from all the computers made it even hotter. To keep the IDIIOM from overheating, they stuck a block of dry ice underneath which worked OK, but when the company saw what was happening to their computer, they took it home.

Saturday 10/6/2012

1970s; typewriter; printer;

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