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Thinking Like a Machine: An Artist's Journey Into Robotics.


Thinking Like a Machine: An Artist's Journey Into Robotics

Niki Passath

De Gruyter



Edition: 'Angewandte


A robotic tattoo machine called KURT is just one of the projects profiled in this color-illustrated art book. Author Niki Passath reveals his working methods surrounding his robotic symbiotic paintings, created by tiny robots built from scrap materials. He also talks with ten other contemporary artists approaching the machine as artist and the artist as machine: using robotics: Gerald Bast, Nikolaus Harrer, Margarete Jahrmann, Tony Maslic, Nguyen van Ngoc, Shusha Niederberger, F. E. Rakushan, Christian Reder, Franz Sdoutz, and Peter Weibel. The book contains color and b&w photos, art, and images. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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Date:Jan 1, 2018
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