Hank Grebe: Serigraphy: Terak Series
Hank Grebe created this series in Guggenheim Fellow Professor Dean Meeker's serigraphy studio at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Grebe pioneered computer graphics using an Apple IIe and an odd computer called the "Terak" running the Pascal programming language to assist in the design of the prints. He used high contrast film to transfer dot matrix printouts to the silkscreens. All prints are made with oil based inks on 100% rag BFK Rives paper and measure 22 x 22 inches.