Human Error Interactive Exhibition
The artists have taken four machines that are regularly used in the modern office and for the administration of our daily lives - the printer, scanner, photocopier and photobooth - and turned them into large-scale interactive sculptures. Visitors to the show are invited to play with the machines and create their own artworks. To demonstrate how the various sculptures work, the artists have created a series of charming info films, two of which are shown here, alongside images of the machines in situ in the space.
Human Error will continue at the Chinese Arts Centre until April 30, more info is here.
very interesting, we wil visit!
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