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Title: POEtic-cubes : atención y emergencia. Hardware bioinspirado para instalaciones artísticas
Authors: Paricio, Raquel
Moreno, Juan Manuel
Keywords: attention
autonomous robots
Issue Date: 15-Feb-2010
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Type: Article
Citation: Paricio, Raquel; Moreno, Juan Manuel (2009). "POEtic-cubes: atención y emergencia. Hardware bioinspirado para instalaciones artísticas". Artnodes, 2009, Vol. 0, núm 9
Abstract: This paper presents the experience obtained from creating several art installations that explore the phenomenon of attention using bio-inspired hardware, ie, that involve a technical solution based on autonomous robots whose behaviour imitates certain primary characteristics of living beings: phylogeny, ontogeny, epigenesis and emergence. The initial premises were geared towards creating environments that would foster a present perception that could lead to an extended consciousness. The use of models based on bio-inspired behaviours moreover opened the door to observation of these phenomena in social behaviour, in particular, the concept of emergence, which gave rise to a gaze that ran from the individual to the collective, that is, to the phenomenon of organisation and its social implications. The paper also examines the process behind the POEtic-cubes art installation.
Description: Peer reviewed
Language: Spanish
Appears in Collections:2009, n. 9

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