Contact: A Cybernetic Sculpture

Created by renowned Cybernetic artist Les Levine in 1969, Contact: A Cybernetic Sculpture is a wall of 18 CRT television screens arranged as a pair of three by three grids which show video of the viewer through close-up shots, wide-angle imagery, and a simple medium range portrait. Using an array of eight cameras contained in […]

Systems Burn-Off X Residual Software

This article is a STUB please make edits and adjustments as suggested on Wikipedia to make it more robust.  Thanks! Les Levine’s Systems Burn-Off X Residual Software was also intended to be fully interactive: The original installation at the Phyllis Kind Gallery in Chicago was comprised of 1000 copies of each of […]

Contact: A Cybernetic Sculpture

This article is a STUB please make edits and adjustments as suggested on Wikipedia to make it more robust.  Thanks! Contact: A Cybernetic Sculpture by Les Levine LES LEVINE produced two installations, Iris (1968) and Contact: A Cybernetic Sculpture (1969), which were important predecessors to Wipe Cycle, although less complex. In Iris, […]

Iris

This article is a STUB please make edits and adjustments as suggested on Wikipedia to make it more robust.  Thanks! Iris by Les Levine   Also in 1968, Levine produced his first “television sculpture”, Iris. Once again, Levine had the viewer confronting himself via television. In this case, all the hardware for […]