1. "Spider Drone #2" (2012) by Björn Schülke

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    Björn Schülke "Spider Drone #2", 2012 wood, carbon fiber, two cameras, tft video display, motors, motion sensors, custom circuits 21 x 22 x 24" / 53.3 x 55.9 x 61 cm Perched in a corner, "Spider…

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    • "Solar Kinetic Objects" (2006-2008) by Björn Schülke

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      "Solar Kinetic Objects", 2006-2008 solar cells, motor, brass wire, circuits, paint variable sizes Björn Schülke designs objects that playfully transform live spatial energy into active responses…

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      • "Luftraum #1" (2012) by Björn Schülke

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        Björn Schülke "Luftraum #1", 2012 suspended solar panels, motor, wood, aluminum, carbon fiber, cement, nylon fabric, custom circuits, motion sensors, paint height: 6.5' / 2 m diameter: 11' / 3.35…

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        • "Space Observer" (2010) by Björn Schülke

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          "Space Observer", 2010 commission for the City of San Jose, CA installation at Norman Y. Mineta San José Airport - Terminal B steel, aluminum, GFK composite, electronics, motors, LCD screen, camera height:…

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          • "Spider Drone #3" (2013) by Björn Schülke

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            Björn Schülke "Spider Drone #3", 2013 wood, brass, steel, mirrors, camera, screen display, propeller motors, paint, sensors, LED, custom electronics 27.56 x 15.75 x 13.78" / 70 x 40 x 35 cm (25.6"…

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            • Björn Schülke: A Selection of Interactive Sculptures (1999-2008)

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              Björn Schülke: A Selection of Interactive Sculptures (1999-2008) Björn Schülke (b. 1967, Germany) pursues a creative style that is equally influenced by modern abstraction and instruments of scientific…

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              • "Nervous" (1999-2006) by Björn Schülke

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                "Nervous", 1999-2006 theremin, amplifier, servomotor, loudspeaker, plush, wood diameter 10 in / 25.4 cm edition of 4 "Nervous" is a fluffy orange quivering ball of fur that frantically emits electro-beeps…

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                • "Planet Space Rover" (2004) by Björn Schülke

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                  "Planet Space Rover", 2004 solar cells, motor, bell brass wire, circuits, paint 4 x 5 x 3" / 10 x 13 x 8 cm Björn Schülke pursues a creative style that is equally influenced by modern abstraction…

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                  • "Aerosolar #2" (2010) by Björn Schülke

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                    Björn Schülke "Aerosolar #2", 2010 solar cells, silicon pump, motor, wood, circuits, stainless steel, paint 19.5 x 14 x 10" / 49.5 x 36 x 25.5 cm edition of 3 "Aerosolar #2" is a solar-powered…

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                    • "Uberschall" (2008) by Björn Schülke

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                      "Uberschall" January 18 - February 23, 2008 bitforms gallery nyc Björn Schülke's first solo exhibition in the United States. Björn Schülke (b. 1967, Germany) pursues a creative style that is equally…

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