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    Designed and programmed by Mark Setrakian, engineered by Brent Heyning and Spectral Motion with Mike Elizalde, Dave Kindlon, Scott Millenbaugh, Rob Coleman, Matt Davis and Tim Lamb for Jordan Wolfson's show at David Zwirner Gallery, NYC.

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    Artist exhibits realistic robot dance
    March 24, 2014

    Artist Jordan Wolfson currently exhibiting in New York a dancing robot. The 'lady' is equipped with tracking systems, making them visitors to the gallery can "follow" with her look ...

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    Jordan Wolfson at David Zwirner Gallery New York
    March 24, 2014

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    Jordan Wolfson (Female figure)

    Published on Apr 4, 2014

    Jordan Wolfson
    March 6 - April 19, 2014
    533 West 19th Street

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    Article "Is this the most terrifying robot ever? Animatronic dancer stares at you as 'she' gyrates to Blurred Lines"

    The unnamed robotic dancer features in a New York-based exhibition by 33-year-old artist Jordan Wolfson
    It uses face recognition technology to follow viewers around the gallery with its gaze, which is reflected in a large mirror
    The robot is supported by a pole fixed to a mirror, allowing it to gyrate to songs by Lady Gaga and Robin Thicke as well speaking and lip-syncing

    by Sarah Griffiths
    March 24, 2014

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    Dancing Robot will Steal your Soul

    Published on Mar 30, 2014

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    Crave : Stare at this sexy robot and it stares right back, Ep. 153

    Published on Mar 28, 2014

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    Terrifying Animatronic Robot Dances To Blurred Lines, Causes Nightmares
    from audiofiliamx
    June 23, 2014

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    Jordan Wolfson - Female Figure - The Artist's Studio - MOCAtv

    Published on Jun 16, 2014

    In the fall of 2013, artist Jordan Wolfson moved to Los Angeles to work with a special effects studio on "(Female figure)," an animatronic sculpture that takes the form of an attractive woman, dancing provocatively in the uncanny valley.

    Dressed in a negligee and bearing scuffs and dirt marks, what Wolfson calls "the dancer" shimmies and gyrates to a pop music soundtrack. Through advanced facial recognition technology, she locks eyes on the viewers behind her, watching them through a mirror to which she is permanently fixed. Her physical presence is in dialogue with the voice of Wolfson, which emanates from her lips between songs, disclosing the secrets of a male identity.

    According to the New York-based artist, the sculpture is less about the contemporary woman than the contemporary experience of being looked at—and the violence of that objectification.

    M Blash -- Director, Editor
    Sebastian Wintero -- Cinematography
    Jessica Brunetto -- Editor
    Matthew J.X. Doyle -- Location Sound

    Special thanks to
    Mark Setrakian
    Spectral Motion
    Aaron Hartnett
    M Blash
    Jordan Wolfson
    David Zwirner Gallery
    Sue Yeon Ahn

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