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von katzen und robotern, GPLcontemporary, oktober 2014

Sunday, October 11th, 2015

 

 

http://www.peithner-lichtenfels.at/niki-passath-von-katzen-und-robotern/

Mit eigens kreierten Roboterwesen bricht Niki Passath mit einem scheinbar berechenbaren technologischen System. Der Roboter bewegt sich in seiner Eigenart und reagiert auf das Umfeld. In seiner Einzig- sowie Fehlerhaftigkeit löst er bei BetrachterInnen unterschiedliche Empfindungen aus. Dank der voranschreitenden technologischen Entwicklung wird das Produzieren der lebensechten Abbilder der Natur immer einfacher. So entstehen bei Niki Passath im 3D-Druckverfahren Katzencharakterköpfe, in

und aus der Wand hin- und herausspringende Katzenkörper. Um Gefälligkeit geht es aber Niki Passath in keinem Fall. Seine Katzen-Chimeren, obgleich sie thematisch auf die altertümliche griechische Mythologie der Mensch-Tier- Mischwesen rekurrieren, deuten auf eine Möglichkeit hin, dass der künstliche und nicht immer ausschließbare fehlerhafte Eingriff in die biologische Vermehrung durchaus zu bizarren Kreationen führen kann.

zoe – an australian tourist – visiting lonepine koala sanctuary

Wednesday, January 11th, 2012

Another autonomous robot, running around in the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Brisbane, Australia.
The first time that a Zoe robot encounters living animals. Here Koalas, Kangaroos, Waterdragons and a Emu.

 

 

 

    

 

 

 

zoe in prague

Thursday, January 5th, 2012

zoe in prague is a collaborative project together with vive les robots (http://vivelesrobots-education.dk/) more can be seen on http://www.followtherobots.com/
thanks to Christian Gjørret

Zoe is a series of robots created by the Austrian robotics artist Niki Passath. This video shows one of the robots death, after it had decided to jump into a small lake in Prague on the 12th of November 2011.

Zoe is a series of robots created by the Austrian robotics artist Niki Passath. This video shows one of the robots death, after it had decided to jump into a small lake in Prague on the 12th of November 2011.

Next day another Zoe Robot came to the robot funeral in Prague.

Dancing House is a building in Prague by Frank O Gehry, which can remind you of a robot house.

The notion robot was invented in this house in 1920 by Josef & Karel Capek.

The National Theater in Prague is that place where the word robot was introduced for the first time to an audience in 1921.

Zoe Robot going Down Hill in this video recorded in Prague.

Zoe Robot on a walk in a forest in Prague.

One of the finest pieces of robotics art from the medial ages is The Astronomical Clock in Prague

Rabbi Loew – The creator of Golem is buried The Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague.

Zoe Robot is reading a book in Prague.

Here in this house Karel and Josef Capek lived from 1907-25.

Zoe Robot on a walk in Prague.

Zoe Robot meets some musicians on Charles Bridge in Prague.

Zoe Robot meets John of Nepomuk on Charles Bridge in Prague.

Zoe Robot meets a puppeteer on Charles Bridge in Prague.

Zoe Robot meets Jesus on Charles Bridge in Prague.

Zoe Robot meets Rabbi Loew in Prague.

Zoe Robot on Siroka Street in Prague.

Zoe Robot next to The Old New Synagogue in Prague.

Zoe Robot at The House of the Black Madonna in Prague.

Zoe Robot next to the Sculpture of the two Capek Brothers in Prague.

Zoe Robot next to The Tomb of Karel Capek in Prague.

Zoe Robot next to Theatre Spejbl & Hurvinek in Prague.

Zoe Robot next to Ponrepo in Prague.

Zoe Robot by The Memorial to the victims of Communism in Prague.

Zoe Robot next to the Metronome in Prague.

Zoe Robot next to Embryo in Prague.

Zoe Robot next to Piss sculpture in Prague.

Zoe Robot by 34 yellows light penguins on the river Vltava in Prague.

Zoe Robot at Cross Club in Prague.

a robot as tourist

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

with a little help of a friend

developed for and realized during the art residency and conference:
“Field_Notes – Cultivating Grounds”
26.9-2.10 Kilpisjärvi Biological Station Lapland/ Finland
http://bioartsociety.fi/field_notes/

This autonomous robot is solar powered and has a very simple motion algorithm. I use this robot tourist, as I call
it, to explore the biological milieu by letting it run around in the
surrounding area. Shooting pictures and videos triggers in this combination of artificiality and nature a more
emotional view on the robotic creature and the surrounding environement.

 

 

 

 

 

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Sunday, July 31st, 2011

mit Cornelia Böhnisch im Rahmen von

PARCOURS II – urban transmedia: lab in performance
(Ein Projekt von dadaX, ImPulsTanz und aspern Seestadt PUBLIK
Idee, Konzept, Workshop: Daniel Aschwanden Dramaturgische Beratung: Ute Burkhardt-Bodenwinkler, Elke Krasny)


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