Art Culture for The People
Vol. 1 | Art of Film
Vol. 2 | Art of Sex
Vol. 3 | Art of Food
Vol. 4 | Art of City Planning
Vol. 5 | Art of Fashion
Vol. 6 | Art of Crime
Vol. 7 | Art of Death
Vol. 8 | Art of Toys
Vol. 9 | Art of Transport
Vol. 10 | Art of Pigment
Vol. 11 | Art of Robotics
Vol. 12 | Art of Astronomy
Vol. 13 | Art of Dance
Vol. 14 | Art of Print
Vol. 15 | Art of Math
Vol. 16 | Art of Water
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Building Consciousness in BINA48: Bruce Duncan talks robots, AI, and the future of human evolution
Beautiful & Grotesque: Emmy-winning motion graphics designer Patrick Clair on "Westworld" Titles
Chico MacMurtrie on Art, Humanity & The Robotic Church
The American Computer & Robotics Museum: Interview with Executive Director, Eleanor Barker
Interactive Storytelling Through Animated Technology: The evolution of animatronics
Cobots the Creators: Collaborative robots and the disruption of art
Leonardo da Vinci’s Robots and Their Modern-Day Influence
Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab Are Using Origami to Creat
How Two Artists Invented the Word "Robot"
Robots To Build Seoul's Robot Science Museum
Space Robots by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Earth Robots by the Institute of Robot
Classic Robot Cinema: "The Master Mystery" (1918), "Metropolis" (1927), and &quo
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Event Spotlight: TRAUMATICA DRAMATICA, a solo exhibition by Meg Lionel Murphy at The Untitled Space
On view from June 5th to July 2nd, Traumatic Dramatica features “detailed, vivid works on paper and panel depicting heartbroken giants..."
Music Review: "Something for Nothing" single by PG Naylor
Prolific Australia-based singer-songwriter PG Naylor, who recently released his single “Something for Nothing,” has always loved rock-n-roll
Music Review: Shock Therapy EP by She's Excited!
The electrifying EP that is Shock Therapy (2021) from the Munich-born, Brooklyn-based, artist-producer She's Excited! is a noteworthy work.
Music Review: "Don't Go" single by KasēoGems
Dealing with conflict within a relationship is difficult, and it seems to be something the Canadian musical duo KasēoGems understand well...