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May 22, 2017 AT 8:00 am

Mouse on Mars are using Robots to Expand Their Band

via CDM

Analog and digital? That’s just a small slice of the pie. The post-digital / post-analog world uses those two ingredients but adds others, like biological, photochemical, optical, and perhaps most importantly, kinetic.

Instead of electrifying screens and circuits, then, you can also make stuff move.

Mouse on Mars, in collaboration with the Sonic Robots project of Moritz Simon Geist, are making just such a collective – human meets robot. And it makes some sense not just in technological terms, but aesthetic ones. The German collaborative get as playful with robotic use of objects and percussion as they do in their own devilish experimental improvisations.

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