A mechatronic conference presenting the Dedalus project and its micro performances at zero gravity as well as the Transpermia theory.
Thursday, March 22, 2007
A mechatronic story for five robots, a panoramic screen and two performers wearing dreskeletons (exoskeletal body interfaces)
POL is a story told by means of a mechatronic performance. It is an ironic and poetic fable for all ages, a scenic mutation resulting from the meshing of machines, images, sounds and performers.
Friday, March 16, 2007
Thursday, March 15, 2007
Wednesday, March 14, 2007
The themes explored in his work include: the use of biological materials in robotics, as in JoAn l’home de carn (1992); telematic control on the part of a spectator of an alien body in the performance EPIZOO (1994); the expansion of body movements with dresskeletons (exoskeletical interfaces) sed in the performances AFASIA (1998) and POL (2002); involuntary choreography with the bodybot REQUIEM (1999); and microbiological ansformations in the installations RINODIGESTIO (1987) and AGAR (1999). He is currently working on the spatial and utopian artwork TRANSPERMIA.