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Seen above is my favourite installation art by roboticist Arthur Ganson. A chair rests peacefully centre stage. A seemingly cumbersome machine enters. It moves towards the chair, slowly but gracefully, almost floating. The machine swoops ups the chair. It performs a... Read More
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