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If Then Else

 Abendroth, Jerome Decock, Els Vermang

Size: 80 * 40 cm

Technique: white neon



If Then Else is a conditional statement in programming language, subjected to a Boolean evaluation, true or false, 1 or 0. The origin of the expression can be traced back to language philosophy and its predicate logic, which enables us to relate algorithmic and conceptual thinking through semantics. The sign’s handwritten look tempers the austerity of both the statement and the cold light, lending the phrase an almost poetic dimension.

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