William Larson, 76, artist who bent the rules of static photography to foreshadow digital art

Vince Aletti, who reviewed a 2015 exhibition of the early work for The New Yorker wrote: “These startling black-and-white images were made electronically four decades ago, using signals transmitted by fax machines. The combinations of pictures (hands, lips, a huge housefly), words (“press,” “play,” “prim,” “plan”), and overlapping lines of jittery static suggest concrete poetry illustrated by Robert Rauschenberg.

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