HEINRICH HEIDERSBERGER | RHYTHMOGRAMS NFTs
Heinrich Heidersberger's black and white RHYTHMOGRAMS were created between 1953 and 1965 as design elements for a mural in a technical college. He developed the rhythmograms from simpler to increasingly complex, almost deconstructivist forms, some of which were created using photographic techniques such as reversal and solarization. Color was the next logical step. The archive contained colored foils measuring 6 x 6 cm, which Heidersberger assembled into five colored rhythmograms between 1960 and 1970.
Heidersberger also received recognition from artistic circles for his topicality. Jean Cocteau, for example, was impressed by the relevance of his work. It was very early on that the Frenchman bought a RHYTHMOGRAM as a birthday present for Picasso.