Robotic Process Of Amnesia SymptomS

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Ended 25 March 2016
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TARS Gallery

A solo show by New-Territories mindmachinemakingmyths /calligraphic over-&-over-writing via a 6-axes robot disturbed by sensors, here feeling movement.

The writing unfolds as letters of fire eating up the wall. It contorts into undecipherable hermeneutics, made of scribbles, of cross-outs engaging codes and mathematical scripts from which they paradoxically emerge. This Conflict Zone, of contradictory stuttering inputs, seems however to be hiding something from us … could it be more than mere scruffy writing?...in BKK... Free speech is no longer, and memory turned amnesiac. Writing disguises itself, to escape its pretended innocence, its inoffensive gangue ……. reduced to a ‘bachelor machinism’ seismography, as a substituted anthropomorphic consciousness....

_Robot, elevating platform, computation, controllers, sensors, 3d prints, gas and flames_

Credits :
New-Territories mindmachinemakingmyths /M4 – Francois Roche, Camille Lacadee, Vongsawat Wongkijjalerd, with Than Rittiphan
Noise: Jean-David Caillouët
 

 


 

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3 Soi Srijun, Sukhumvit Soi 67, Bangkok, Thailand 10110

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+66 99 736 8672

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