fish + braids = fishwithbraids

fish + braids = fishwithbraids
the experience of art thrives at the top of the bell curve in a place of speculation (and not consensus), hypotheses (and not conclusions) and belief (not knowledge).
To stay at the top of the bell curve, as Buergel and Noack might say,
the best art must make us not understand,
which corresponds to a state of sustained curiosity that provokes us to change something about ourselves in an effort to understand.
anthony huberman

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Robot show

the Robot art exhibit
robot sculpture by Eric "Legomaster" Sophie, Mech Bay 13, Eric sculpts with LEGO blocks for 18 years, teaches LEGO robotics and has a large selection of robots in LEGO. this piece is $17,500
Sean Montgomery explores the interface between biology and technology, with biofeedback apparels, a strap on heart robotic device as an interactive display. Everybody delights to view their own heartbeat on display or their truth telling metered by the truth wristband.
The new superior robot being with the "produce..consume" repetitive motions, distilled from otherwise frivolous human behaviors to support maximal expansion of the economy.

Sean's heart wristband is $350 plus the wireless heart monitor used for gym, $50
the robot is $3,000
truth wristband $350
Ezra Brauser(age 9) is Uta Brauser's son, an avid LEGO architect, built a few samples of his
favorite creativity and theme. His pieces range from $20 to $28, the proceeds of the sales go into his piggy bank.
Ezra's vessels and robotsFred Kluth

Fred created short stories of Singleton(the dog) with his robot.
Always charming, very close to life humor, and lovely caricatures of our lives in his
urban style.
The robot's portrait original is $295, the pages with cartoons are $30.

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