Robots and Art: Exploring an Unlikely Symbiosis

  • Herath D
  • Kroos C
  • Editors S
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This book brings together perspectives of human activity and thinking that seemingly\rcould not be further apart: science, engineering and technology on the one side,\rthe arts and critical culture studies on the other. Yet, in contemporary robotic art\rthey have been intertwined from the start, living off and nurturing each other. The\rcurrent book follows this symbiotic relationship. It takes a path that meanders\rbetween the territories of the unlikely partners, along the fault lines of the areas,\rchanging its style and viewpoint on the run as the narrative of robotic art makes\rinevitable.




Herath, D., Kroos, C., & Editors, S. (2016). Robots and Art: Exploring an Unlikely Symbiosis (pp. 406–407).

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