Born in 1926 in Poland. Lived and worked in the U.K. until he died in 1988. He studied painting, and was interested in film, photography, and engineering. In the late 1960s and early '70s he got recognition as a cybernetic sculptor. His ground-breaking interactive sculptures, such as SAM and The Senster, explored the relations between humans and technology. The Senster, his major work, was the first computer-controlled large hydraulic cybernetic sculpture, commissioned by the Philips electronics company.
AGH University of Science of Technology (Re:Senster)
Video interviews with SIAF2020 participating artists are uploaded consecutively.
The summarized interviews are also available as text in PDF files along with the video interviews.
These PDF files are to be compiled into “SIAF 2020 Index”, a documentation book to share the full spectrum of SIAF2020 which will be published after February, 2021.
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It is the edited text of the comments from the artist in the video interview to convey the projects within SIAF2020.
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