Performing with machines and machines that perform
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The author is a performance and visual artist whose concern lies in the co-evolution of human and machine, a subject on which he comments with self-made machines. The article provides an insight into his artistic practice and defines a personal position on notions encountered in the work such as delegation to machine, slave-master technological systems and autonomous performing robots. Technical aspects and underlying concepts of a selection of machines he made for performances or installations are described. State of the art humanoid robotics research and examples of robotic art are examined with a critical distance combined to a genuine interest in the development of contemporary technology.
Granjon, P (2008), Performing with machines and machines that perform, International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, Vol. 4, No. 1, p45
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