|Maggie Orth, PhD|
|Art, Technology, Design|
|Chronos and Kairos, 2010
Artist Team: Banny Banerjee, Matt Gorbet, Susan Gorbet, Maggie Orth
Mechanical Engineering, Design and Fabrication: Monkey Wrench Design
A project of the City of San Jose Public Art Program
Motors generously donated by Animatics Motors.
Special thanks to the innumerable volunteers who helped assemble and install the work.
This interactive robotic sculpture explores the subjective experience of time in an airport holdroom. 65 robotic nodes are suspended from a sculptural frame. The piece counts using a variety of patterns which are influenced and changed by the activity of travelers in the space.
Image courtesy of Jimmy Lin, copyright 2009.
Installation and Fabrication Images