Muscles / Motors: Performance for Body and Robot
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A performance for 4 arms. Two human, two robot. The robot and human performer each interactively control the other. Contact microphones and telemetry controlled synthesizers on the robot arm combine with sounds induced by sensors on the human arm. Sounds are composed by the choreography of the human and robot limbs.
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