Dance Machine is a computerised air driven pneumatic interactive installation that re-composes Igor Stravinsky's Rite of Spring. Using 1980s era magnetic sensors and an industrial computer computer, the machine releases air pressure into a recorders, and turn the installation into a symphonic organ.
Exhibited in Ein Hard Museum (Curator Galia Bar-Or) 1996.
Related Texts: Patricia Ellis, Love and Rockets, flash art march 99.
Double size bed and mattress, magnetic sensors, pneumatic control unit, robot technology, recorders, programmed lighting.
Dancer: Jasmin Vardimon.
Custom: Shirley Bar-Amotz.
Programable tunes: Geva Alon.
Photography: Avi Hay.