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Alan Rath

Voyeur, 1986

Tripod, aluminum, steel, acrylic, electronics, and cathode ray tubes
72 × 60 × 28 in
182.9 × 152.4 × 71.1 cm
This is a unique work.
Permanent collection
Alan Rath
American, b. 1959
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Exploring the intersection of art and technology, Alan Rath renders electronics an art form with …

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Exploring the intersection of art and technology, Alan Rath renders electronics an art form with his electric, kinetic, and robotic sculptures. Wall Throbber (1998), for instance, is a device made from aluminum, electronics, a speaker, and light fixtures, that causes a red ball to bounce gently. More recent works …

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Alan Rath
American, b. 1959
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Exploring the intersection of art and technology, Alan Rath renders electronics an art form with …

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Exploring the intersection of art and technology, Alan Rath renders electronics an art form with his electric, kinetic, and robotic sculptures. Wall Throbber (1998), for instance, is a device made from aluminum, electronics, a speaker, and light fixtures, that causes a red ball to bounce gently. More recent works …

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Alan Rath

Voyeur, 1986

Tripod, aluminum, steel, acrylic, electronics, and cathode ray tubes
72 × 60 × 28 in
182.9 × 152.4 × 71.1 cm
This is a unique work.
Permanent collection
Other works by Alan Rath