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Selected Newspaper and Magazine Articles Discussing Our Work

Art, Technology, and Society

A piece jointly developed with Ken Goldberg (UC Berkeley) representing Frank Lloyd Wright's famous building Fallingwater, realized in silicon at about one-millionth scale, has been shown at various venues (listed below). The structure, invisible to the naked eye and usually displayed in an installation with desk, microscope, and lights, raises the issue of our increasing dependence on technology to define reality. See our websites at Berkeley or Cornell.

  • "Center of Attention," in In the Making. CCAC on Potrero Hill, San Francisco, CA, opening November 6, 2002.
  • "Center of Attention," in Infotecture (curator: Jenelle Porter), Artists Space. Bureau of Inverse Technology, Foundation 33, 38 Greene Street, New York, NY, May 30 - July 13, 2002.
  • "The Invisible Cantilever." Refusalon, San Francisco, April 6-29, 2000.
  • "The Invisible Cantilever," in Particle Accelerators: At the intersection of photography, science, and technology (guest curator: Jane D. Marsching). Photographic Resource Center at Boston University, 602 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA. www.bu.edu/prc/particle, January 7 - February 25, 2000.
  • "The Invisible Cantilever," in Real World. New Langton Arts Gallery, 1246 Folsom Street, San Francisco, January 16 - March 1, 1997.
  • "The Invisible Cantilever." Catharine Clark Gallery, Gelatin Silver Print, 5 x 7 inches, San Francisco, 1995.

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