"Cybernetic" generates random descriptions of possible abstract images. It is based on the poetry generation programs so beloved of basic computing texts, but generates descriptions of images rather than limericks. I think someone will probably have written such a program sometime in the 1960s, so the name refers to the conceptual artwork "The Cybernetic Artwork that Nobody Broke" by Harold Hurrell (1969).
To run "Cybernetic", change to the directory rob-art/cybernetic/ and run the file run.lisp there.
$ cd cybernetic $ openmcl --load run.lisp
$ cd cybernetic $ openmcl --load run.lisp A large smooth pale pink outlined organic shape on a halftoned rich cotton-coloured ground. A tiny bright sky blue abstracted bird on a pale sea green ground. A pair of massive halftoned pale non-repro blue outlined octagons on a crosshatched rich platinum ground. Many massive pale suede-coloured birds on a scumbled white ground. A small brown horse on a pale cotton-coloured ground. Some sunset red spiky shapes on a halftoned denim blue ground. A large green spiky shape on a black ground. A pair of small bright black pentagons on a pale pink ground. A pair of rich purple outlined ships on a scumbled cyan ground. Many massive crosshatched bright shocking pink irregular shapes on a smooth rich leaf green ground.