Robot Art

Artists: Aaajiao (b. 1984, Xi’an), Memo Akten (b. 1975, Istanbul), Refik Anadol (b. 1985, Istanbul), Michel Bret (b. 1941, Lyon) and Edmond Couchot (b. 1932, Paris), Celyn Bricker (b. 1989, Liverpool) and Faye Lu (b. 1988, Jilin, China), Miguel Chevalier (b. 1959, Mexico City), Harold Cohen (1928-2016, London), Elias Crespin (b. 1965, Caracas), Fei Yining (b. 1990, Harbin) and Chuck Kuan (b. 1993, Qingdao), John Gerrard (b. 1974, Dublin), Ryoji Ikeda (b. 1966, Gifu, Japan), Peter Kogler (b. 1959, Innsbruck, Austria), Lin Ke (b. 1984, Wenzhou, China), Liu Wa (b. 1994, Beijing), Lu Yang (b. 1984, Shanghai), Laurent Mignonneau (b. 1967, Angoulême, France) and Christa Sommerer (b. 1964, Ohlsdorf, Austria), Manfred Mohr (b. 1938, Pforzheim, Germany), Vera Molnar (b. 1924, Budapest), Leonel Moura (b. 1948, Lisbon), Frieder Nake (b. 1938, Stuttgart, Germany), Michel Paysant (b. 1955, Bouzonville, France), Quayola (b. 1982, Rome), Alan Rath (b. 1959, Cincinnati), Casey Reas (b. 1972, Ohio, USA), Daniel Rozin (b. 1961, Jerusalem), Charles Sandison (b. 1969, Haltwhistle, United Kingdom), Leo Villareal (b. 1967, Albuquerque, USA), Wang Yuyang (b. 1979, Harbin), Yang Yongliang (b. 1980, Shanghai)

The Covid19 drawings

Moura Museum
A Virtual Tour of some of my works since 2001 (beta version)

Viral Vital Energy – A Multimedia Monument

Lisboa Viral: a premonitory Augmented Reality exhibition

Read:
Can Artificial Intelligence Make Art without Artists? Ask the Viewer

Grand Palais, Paris
Bebot installation at Grand Palais, Paris, 2018 [photo by Aldo Paredes)
Swarm of robots that paint stimulate by sound
RAP (Robotic Action Painter) at the American Museum of Natural History, New York
ISU, the poet robot, is able to write
Dada tries to destroy anything at its reach
A robot with two different marker pens
A robot that observes the human viewer
The pen is always down
Ant-like robots able to work collectively.
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My first autonomous robot
First art works done by a robot