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Don’t miss the first Dorkbot SoCal of 2009!

Dorkbot SoCal 33 – Aschheimm, Evans, Guttman

Saturday, January 10, 2009
1:00pm
Machine ProjectDon’t miss the first Dorkbot SoCal of 2009!

Dorkbot SoCal 33 – Aschheimm, Evans, Guttman

Saturday, January 10, 2009
1:00pm
Machine Project
1200 D North Alvarado Street
Los Angeles, CA 90026
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Presenters will include:

Deborah Aschheim
https://www.deborahaschheim.com

Deborah Aschheim creates works that blur biology and technology,
exploring concepts of memory, architecture, and neural networks
through drawings, sculpture, writing, installation and sounds.

Brian Evans
https://www.bwevans.net

Brian Evans explores the intersection between reductivist sculptural
form and the aesthetics of behavior, where structure and thought are
fused. He creates simple moving objects with seemingly life-like
qualities – electromechanical life forms with motivations only just
beyond our understanding.

David Guttman
https://www.davidguttman.com

David Guttman creates interactive works that generate unique colors
and shapes from sound and EEG.

More info at:
https://www.dorkbot.org/dorkbotsocal

See you there!

-Thomas

Dorkbot SoCal 33 - Aschheimm, Evans, Guttman

***** Saturday, January 10, 2009
***** 1:00pm
***** Machine Project
***** 1200 D North Alvarado Street
***** Los Angeles, CA 90026
***** Google map of Machine Project

Presenters will include:

Deborah Aschheim
https://www.deborahaschheim.com/

Deborah Aschheim creates works that blur biology and technology, exploring concepts of memory, architecture, and neural networks through drawings, sculpture, writing, installation and sounds.

Brian Evans
https://www.bwevans.net/

Brian Evans explores the intersection between reductivist sculptural form and the aesthetics of behavior, where structure and thought are fused. He creates simple moving objects with seemingly life-like qualities - electromechanical life forms with motivations only just beyond our understanding.

David Guttman
https://www.davidguttman.com

David Guttman creates interactive works that generate unique colors and shapes from sound and EEG.

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