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There are images of SAM at Cybernetic Serendipity here and here.

Ihnatowicz was a member of the Computer Arts Society (CAS). The original CAS was active from 1968 until the mid 1980s and was re-formed in 2004. CAS promotes the creative uses of computers in the arts and culture generally. It is a community of interest for all involved in doing, managing, interpreting and understanding information technology's cultural potential.

Ihnatowicz's work was archived as part of the CACHe project, which was a major research project in the School of History of Art, Film and Visual Media at Birkbeck College, London, UK. It investigated the history of digital and computer-based arts in the UK from their origins to the early eighties.

Six media technology-students of the Hogeschool van Utrecht, the Netherlands researched the Senster in 2003. They took measurements of the remains of the Senster and built a 3D virtual model of it. They also built a scale model of it. Their work was documented on a website which has since disappeared. I copied some of their files here.

A website has been set up about the Evoluon, and has a lot about the Senster.

Robothespian by Will Jackson

Works of Carl Pisaturo

Omnicircus

Spatial Sounds (100dB at 100km/h) by Marnix de Nijs

Kinetica is a museum/art gallery in London, UK that has had some exhibitions of robots as art.

The Creative Robotics Research Network (CRRN) is an EPSRC funded network for academics, industry and arts paractitioners involved in creative applications of robotics, mechatronics and animatronics technologies. Based in the UK.

Sculptures such as "The Flock" and "Autopoiesis" by Kenneth E. Rinaldo & Mark Grossman share much in common with the Senster.

Bill Vorn creates robotic art installations.

The Robot Group is a small group of artists and engineers based in Austin, USA who shared a common vision: utilizing technology to provide and explore new mediums for art.

Amorphic Robot Works is a San Francisco, USA based group of artists, engineers and technicians working together to create robotic performances and installations.

The group, "sine::apsis experiments," is a network of artists based in Chicago, USA who interface bodies and technologies. "in::FORMATION" is an exhibition of art that moves and makes artworks in the process. Often natural life processes are introduced into artificial media. The result is immersive and responsive art experiences generated by computer-mediated kinetic and interactive sound sculptures, light installations, experiments with microorganisms, and performance works.

The Humanoid Robotics Group at MIT, USA, have built several interactive robots including Cog and Kismet.

Inkha is a reactive robotic head which tracks moving objects using cameras inside its eyes. It issues verbal statements based on visual, sensory, environmental and touch-screen input and demonstrates various behaviours including fright, nonchalance and boredom.

The Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design at Ohio State University

SciCult is a specialist science-related contemporary art gallery, and science & culture agency in London, UK. "Bridging science & culture through contemporary art."

blip is a Brighton, UK based forum where artists and scientists can meet, exchange ideas, get advice, form collaborations and seed projects. It aims to explore the relationship between scientific enquiry and artistic practice and stimulate new critical debate about this emerging cultural hybrid.

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New York Digital Salon is dedicated to the exhibition, study and promotion of digital art in all its genres.

bitforms is a gallery in New York, USA. "A nexus of art and technology, bitforms provides a forum to display some of the most vibrant and relevant art being made today - offering collectors an opportunity to discover a range of original and innovative forms."

The Artnode foundation is a non-commercial foundation based in Copenhagen, Denmark. "The aim of Artnode is to supply contemporary art with a digital outlet and thus support international contacts. Artnode plans, creates and distributes contemporary art projects in current and upcoming digital media."

Hexagram, The Institute for Research/Creation in Media Arts and Technologies, based in Quebec, Canada.

Robot Art at the online Museum of Innovation.

Steve Grand has written two very interesting books: Growing up with Lucy: how to build an android in twenty easy steps and Creation: Life and how to make it.

Android World: android and anthropomorphic robot development projects.

RoboFesta-UK is an open network dedicated to promoting science, technology and engineering through the use of hands-on robotics activities throughout Britain.

Biggest collection of links on the web about robots, animatronics, special effects, etc.

Tom Kemp is an Oxford, UK based artist with a particular interest in calligraphic-based artworks.

Fabrica is an art gallery in Brighton, UK that occasionally has exhibitions which use computers in a creative way.


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