1. Rudy/Godinez, Stadium, (2013)


  2. Laurent Millet, Somnium, (2014)

    (Source: laurentmillet)


  3. Jaroslav Rössler, Sill Life with Small Bowl, (1923)

    Gelatin Silver Print


  4. Oskar Schlemmer, Gesture Dance, (1926-1927)

    (from top)

    1)  Scene from “Gesture Dance” with Schlemmer, Siedhoff and Kaminsky.

    2)  Diagram from “Gesture Dance” with Stage Open at Both Ends


  5. Shim Moon-Seup, Untitled Work From the Series, “Opening Up”, (1977)

    Electrical cord and switch, marble


  6. Edward Ihnatowicz, The Senster, (1970)

    Edward Ihnatowicz was a Cybernetic Sculptor active in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. His ground-breaking sculptures explored the interaction between his robotic works and the audience, and reached their height with The Senster, a large (15 feet long), hydraulic robot commissioned by the electronics giant, Philips, for their permanent showplace, the Evoluon, in Eindhoven in 1970. The sculpture used sound and movement sensors to react to the behavior of the visitors. It was one of the first computer controlled interactive robotic works of art.


  7. Rudy Godinez, Death March (2 Parts) , (2014)


  8. Adam Jeppesen, Untitled 2037, Pt.1 & Pt.2, (2013)


  9. Wade Guyton, Untitled, (2011)

    Epson UltraChrome Inkjet on Linen


  10. Unknown Photographer, Real Photo Postcard from the Collection of  Anne-Marie Merryman, (Date Unknown)