Vera Molnar belongs to the famous early computer artists. She started as a simple painter at the age of twelve. Her first subject matter were nymphs and trees. She soon progressed to more geometrical themes. In 1968 she started working with computers. Her work during this period focused on the breakup of repeating units, often expressed as a series of increasingly fractured images.
(cf. DAM: http://www.dam.org/dox/2456.6Pkud.H.1.De.php | consulted 08.12.09)