The American author and artist Pati Hill (1921-2014) died recently. After writing a number of novels she became interested in the visual arts and focused on the IBM photocopier as an artistic device (later persuading IBM to lend her one).
Below a detail from one of her famous installations from 1978 that comprised of 34 Black and White photocopies of a dead swan she had found.
Image from HERE - where in 2016 there will be a retrospective of her art.
Her book on Photocopying art Letters To Jill was published in 1979 (HERE).