Motori is a 2014 work by artist Ian Andrews incorporating found objects, custom electronics, vinyl records and record players. It inverts the traditional action of the record turntable by fixing the records and moving the stylus.
Ian describes Motori as "a dumb machine" - it is activated by visitors movement and repeats the same set of simple motions each activation
Exhibited in the group exhibition 'Sound Thinking' at Articulate project space, sydney august 2014
the other artists in the exhibition, curated by libby elisabeth warren, were liam crowley and gary warner
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