Conversation Occupied
Conversation Occupied

Sol Koffler Gallery/Rhode Island School of Design, 2013

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Neuromuscular Actuators
Neuromuscular Actuators

Allows movement of a body to be controlled remotely. Made by Benjamin Margolis and Jenny Torino.

Neuromuscular Sequencer
Neuromuscular Sequencer

Forces a body to do sequenced movement at the push of a button. Made by Benjamin Margolis and Jenny Torino.

Action Potential: Interact- Bent Festival 2010, NY
Action Potential: Interact- Bent Festival 2010, NY

A sonic exploration of volitional and non-volitional movement through electromyography and analogue synthesizer.

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Action Potential- SUNY Stony Brook, NY, 2010
Action Potential- SUNY Stony Brook, NY, 2010

Sonically demonstrated volitional and non-volitional movement through electromyography and computer generated sound.

 

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Consume- Exit Art Gallery, NY, 2007
Consume- Exit Art Gallery, NY, 2007

A simple exercise exploring the mechanism for what triggers consumption using neuromuscular sequencer and food.

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Conversation Occupied
BenJenny2.jpg
Neuromuscular Actuators
Neuromuscular Sequencer
Action Potential: Interact- Bent Festival 2010, NY
fullsizeoutput_310d.jpeg
Action Potential- SUNY Stony Brook, NY, 2010
_MG_8189.JPG
Consume- Exit Art Gallery, NY, 2007
_DSC3304.jpg
Conversation Occupied

Sol Koffler Gallery/Rhode Island School of Design, 2013

Neuromuscular Actuators

Allows movement of a body to be controlled remotely. Made by Benjamin Margolis and Jenny Torino.

Neuromuscular Sequencer

Forces a body to do sequenced movement at the push of a button. Made by Benjamin Margolis and Jenny Torino.

Action Potential: Interact- Bent Festival 2010, NY

A sonic exploration of volitional and non-volitional movement through electromyography and analogue synthesizer.

Action Potential- SUNY Stony Brook, NY, 2010

Sonically demonstrated volitional and non-volitional movement through electromyography and computer generated sound.

 

Consume- Exit Art Gallery, NY, 2007

A simple exercise exploring the mechanism for what triggers consumption using neuromuscular sequencer and food.

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