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Title: Osama seeker
Authors: Southee, D J
Henry, J
Perry, G
Keywords: Art and design;Mechatronics
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour
Citation: Proceedings of the Symposium on Robotics, Mechatronics and Animatronics in the Creative and Entertainment Industries and Arts, pp 53-57, Apr 2005
Abstract: Osama Seeker is an Art installation exhibited initially at ‘Interventions’ in Southampton. Julie Henry (Anthony Wilkinson Gallery) and Giles Perry (then Goldsmiths College) were the two contemporary artists involved. This paper discusses the design and realisation processes from the perspective of the collaborative technologist and designer, Darren Southee (Brunel University) and the Artists. It is essentially a reflective ‘ walk-through’ the project detailing some technological aspects contextualised by an opening statement from the artists. A closing statement reflects upon the final outcome and seeks to put the presented installation in context.
ISBN: 1 902956 43 3
Appears in Collections:Design
Dept of Design Research Papers

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