“MORPH” by Perillo, Nordine and Batty

  • ©Nicholas Perillo, Mitchell Nordine, and Joshua Batty

  • ©Nicholas Perillo, Mitchell Nordine, and Joshua Batty

  • ©Nicholas Perillo, Mitchell Nordine, and Joshua Batty

  • ©Nicholas Perillo, Mitchell Nordine, and Joshua Batty


Description:


    MORPH TE (Taggenbrunn Edition) is an exploration of the relationship between humanity and robotics. In an age of endless automation and cold, technological prevalence, the piece sheds light on a new kind of artificial life. It is both a modern artwork and a deepdive into technological anthropomorphism. The piece demonstrates the emergence of complex behavior through well-orchestrated simplicity, while its tessellated, geodesic surface provides a sense of organic intricacy. The work is timely in its reflection of humanity’s symbiosis with machines, yet timeless in its pioneering embodiment of symmetry and naturally inspired movement.


Acknowledgements:


    This project was commissioned by Alfred Riedl for the art gallery in Taggenbrunn Castle, St. Veit an der Glan, Austria.


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