Glittering Machines by Paul Myoda
by sabine7 / May 2, 2012

Made of machined aluminum and laser cut thermoplastic, and circuits with high-powered LEDs, motors and Arduino microprocessors that are programmed to imitate various biological systems (i.e. communicational, behavioral and environmental), Paul Myoda's Glittering Machines are sculptures that explore our relationship with the digital world. The sculptures are triggered by the viewers' proximity to change their shapes and luminescence to show how computers deviate from their usual functions to interact with the physicality of the human body. Shown above is Borderline Personality Disorder 1.

Artist: Paul Myoda


Borderline Personality Disorder 2

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