Me-Dummy: I Made a Robot of Myself to Be with my Mother in America

Notes

Video documentation of a project using web-cam technology to explore the relationship between the familiar and the uncanny.  2008 S.L.O. Project.

Artist / Author Steven Levon Ounanian
Reference D0392
Date 2008
Type DVD

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