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I've always been interested in robots. They bridge the abstract world of digital
computers with the concrete world of physical experience. As an engineer, my students
and I study the fundamental capabilities of robots. As an artist, I'm interested in what
robots can show us about being human. My work explores interactions between
human/machine, human/human and human/nature. I'm fascinated by the ways that
technology mediates these relationships and how mediation changes our understanding
of perception, control and reality.
This net art installation will provide 24-hour high resolution public access into the heart of
Jerusalem, one of the most iconic, sacred, and politically charged locations in the world. I will
install the most advanced, high-resolution robotic camera and develop an interactive website
that allows online visitors to zoom in to view live and minute details as they occur.
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