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Artworks and artistic research projects

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Graham, Dan. (1974). Time Delay Room [Interactive Video Installation]. Retrieved 7.6.2018 from:


Kline, Josh. (2011). Creative hands [Various everyday objects cast in silicone, commercial shelving with LED lights]. Retrieved 3.3.2018 from:


Kline, Josh. (2012). Tastemaker’s Choice [3D printed sculptures in acrylic-based photopolymer, various liquids, commercial shelving with LED lights]. Retrieved 22.12.2020 from:


Hultgren, Mia. (2016). Sentimental Soft Robotics Skin [Soft silicone structures on skin]. Retrieved 22.12.2020 from:


Mangion, Francois & Zhang, Becky. (2014). Furl: Soft Pneumatic Pavillion [Soft silicone structures on metallic frame]. Retrieved 21.2.2018 from:


Paneta, Maria & Aghakouchak, Ava. (2016). Sarotis [Wearable soft silicone structures on skin]. Retrieved 21.2.2018 from:


Pêpe, Jonathan. (2015). Exo-biote [Installation, mixed materials]. Retrieved 22.12.2020 from:


Recoil Performance Group. (2018). MASS – Bloom Explorations [Performance. Mealworms, plastic dome]. Retrieved 2.5.2018 from:


Savicic, Gordan. (2008 - ). Constraint City - The Pain of Everyday Life [Performance. Wearable corset and WIFI-receiver]. Retrieved 1.3.2018 from:


Tanaka, Atsuko. (1956). Electric Dress [Enamel paint on light bulbs, electric cords, and control console]. Retrieved 12.7.2018 from:


UBERMORGEN. (2001-2010). The Psych|OS Cycle [Performances, video installation, photography, software]. Retrieved 3.3.2018 from:


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