Workshop“Think & Perform Tank“
International Research Conference Robophilosophy 2020, Aarhus University, 18.-21.08.2020
Experimental, transdisciplinary research on co-creation of sociocultural places and situations by interaction of dancer, musician, roboticists, robot, and the audience.
Transformations triggered by robotic technologies are intended to lead to robot cultures. Actualised by their human-like shape, motions and behaviours social humanoid robots have the largest potential of cultural implications for an individual. Due to the pandemic with it’s plea for “social distancing” transformations started to develop towards negative cultural values for many. The workshop invites to explore/test behaviours of social and physical distance considering proxemics, kinesics, cloud-computing, situatedness, intimacy, privacy, and audience topics of human-robot relations. (Details www.h-a-u-s.org)
(Foto: Richard Pobaschnig)