Jessica Field, Stumbling Robot, 1999
“It is 5 ft high, constructed in metal. It uses electronics to create a pseudorandom sequence that causes the robot to stumble unpredictably which creates an illusion that it could fall over at any given time” (Field, 1999).
Jessica is also working in Bill Vorn’s robotics Lab at Hexagram, (amongst many other things). She is in a group show coming up at the Montreal Museum of fine arts, which marks the tenth anniversary of the Daniel Langlois Foundation . More details on Jessica’s work are found on the Langlois site here