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Tim Lewis’ Mechanical Osterich Sculpture: British artist Tim Lewis’ Pony has an ostrich-like anatomy constructed from three mechanical arms, as athletically human as they are programmatically robotic. Like Jetsam, Pony appears as less animated object, more independent entity, moving across the floor towing an empty carriage, the ‘ostrich’ is autonomous rather than interactive.

Tim Lewis’ Mechanical Osterich Sculpture: British artist Tim Lewis’ Pony has an ostrich-like anatomy constructed from three mechanical arms, as athletically human as they are programmatically robotic. Like Jetsam, Pony appears as less animated object, more independent entity, moving across the floor towing an empty carriage, the ‘ostrich’ is autonomous rather than interactive.

Mechanical Monk, 1560   Tradition attributes his manufacture to one Juanelo Turriano, mechanician to Emperor Charles V. The story is told that the emperors son King Philip II, praying at the bedside of a dying son of his own, promised a miracle for a miracle, if his child be spared. And when the child did indeed recover, Philip kept his bargain by having Turriano construct a miniature penitent homunculus

Mechanical Monk, 1560 Tradition attributes his manufacture to one Juanelo Turriano, mechanician to Emperor Charles V. The story is told that the emperors son King Philip II, praying at the bedside of a dying son of his own, promised a miracle for a miracle, if his child be spared. And when the child did indeed recover, Philip kept his bargain by having Turriano construct a miniature penitent homunculus

Harm van der Zeeuw ceramics T-time

Harm van der Zeeuw ceramics T-time

Playing Minds - Harm van der Zeeuw

Playing Minds - Harm van der Zeeuw

https://www.etsy.com/listing/167147192/recycled-art-assemblage-mini-bot

https://www.etsy.com/listing/167147192/recycled-art-assemblage-mini-bot

Louise Nevelson - Sky Cathedral, 1958. Wood, painted black. From the collection of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo.

Louise Nevelson - Sky Cathedral, 1958. Wood, painted black. From the collection of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo.

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