KINETIC WALKERS – Interactive Robotic Installation
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KINETIC WALKERS – Interactive Robotic Installation

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Our Service:
Idea, Concept, Design, Creative Direction and Production
Client:
Theatre Bielefeld
Collaboration:
Moritz Ostruschnjak
Location:
Berlin and Bielefeld, Germany
Date:
February 20, 2020
About

‘Kinetic Walkers’ emerged from the project NOOSTOPIA we created together with Moritz Ostruschnjak for Theater Bielefeld. The work is a interactive robotic installation that consists of several robots. The robots could be controlled in various ways, which includes using real-time live control and pre-programmed control including a movement recording function.

Kinetic Walkers

Size: 100 cm x 50 cm
Technique: wood tree branches, servo motors, 3D printed parts, electronics, cables, computer, custom-made computer program, controller

‘Kinetic Walkers’ is a robotic installation that consists of several robots, constructed from wooden tree branches, servo motors and other electronic components. The work deals with our notion of nature and the human urge for innovation, questioning the connection between what has born from nature and what has been made. Does our definition of technology transform if we look at it over very long timescales? Does it also display a form of evolution entwined with our own?

Supported by the Ministry of Culture and Science of North Rhine-Westphalia in cooperation with the NRW KULTURsekretariat.

More Information

Theatre Bielefeld Website