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The death of fluid power...

This incredible art installation from Sun Yuan and Peng Yu, "Can't help myself", really caught our eye. Commissioned for the Guggenheim Museum, the piece utilises an industrial robot, visual-recognition sensors, and software systems to, "examine our increasingly automated global reality, one in which territories are controlled mechanically and the relationship between people and machines is rapidly changing".

Powerful stuff. We think it evokes the need for a switch over to cleaner powered automation very succinctly. You can read more about the artist's inspiration here - Guggenheim.org

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