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Robot mask made of paper mache, wood and robot technology.

A twenty-eight year old student tells his father, mother and sister about a conflict he is facing. He is debating whether he should inherit his existing family whistling tune, which is a characteristic of kibbutzim families, or invent a new original one for his new young family.

Presented at Petra Rinck Gallery, Dusseldorf and Ein Harod Museum of Art.

Related texts:  Onomatopoeia Guybaramotz by Noam Segal. 

Metal, papier-mâché, electronics, sound system, programmed lighting, robotic technology.  

Voice: Guy Bar-Amotz.

Sound Design: Shahin Afrassiabi.

Software design: Piers O'Hanlon.

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