Eccentric Machines

Since the late nineteenth century, nothing has affected human existence more dramatically than the machine. The machine emerged as a strong leitmotif in the art of the early twentieth century, has served to illustrate the ideas of Dadaism and Constructivism, and continues to be explored today by contemporary artists. Eccentric Machines presents a wide range of contemporary mechanized art, from simple hand-cranked devices to electronic sculpture and state-of-the-art robotics, that explore both the function and mythology of the machine.
Essay by Joanne Cubbs.

Eccentric Machines

General Public ($22.90)
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