March 2, 2011
Tension

Tension by Eva Schindling is a cloth held under tension by eight motor units which is connected to a number of RSS feeds on the internet.

The analysis of several news-feeds on ‘good’ and ‘bad’ in nowadays world [sic] provides the input for those motors that pull and release the hooked membrane. A constant interplay between opposing forces produces movement, deformation and destruction of the material.

To see more network related works by the same artist see Txt-Me-1st.

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