»Avalanche«, (2009) by CADU .


»Entrare nell’opera(Entering the Work)«, 1971, by Giovanni Anselmo. Overhead view photograph of the artist striding down a volcanic hillside, made with self timed shutter-exposure.


“Millitron” – Playerpiano II by Winfried Ritsch.


»Pianorama«, 2005. An old fashioned upright piano sits in the middle of the space. There are two small loudspeakers on top of it. A mechanical device (which plays the piano), sits on top of the keys. Out of one loudspeaker comes Janet’s voice and out of the other comes George’s. These voices are discussing what type of music might be appropriate for what seems to be a film they are planning. By Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller.


Twelve-hour drawing on a piece of paper by Eivind Søreng Molvær.


Self firing arrow machine by Olav Westphalen at Milliken Gallery.


Painting Manufacture Unit by Roxy Paine. A spray nozzle mounted on a large moving arm travels in front of a canvas, spraying acrylic paint as it makes its pass. After a programmed amount of inactivity, which allows the paint to dry, the arm gets to work again and makes another pass.


Auto Sculpture Maker creates an endless series of amorphous sculptural blobs.


Drawing Machine floods paint into a mixing chamber and dispenses it via a spray nozzle that travels a pre-programmed course over the paper. After making its pass and releasing its paint load, the machine rests, allowing the paint to dry-before another pass is made. All three machines by Roxy Paine.

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“One Minute” by Meridith Pingree. Participants generate portraits of their physical personality when they wear a strap-on video pinhole camera headband for one minute. The movement of the camera is translated into a three-dimensional line drawing and output as an object by a 3-D printer.