#TimHawkinson’s “Emoter” (2000)—a motorized work that responds to visual patterns from a

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#TimHawkinson’s “Emoter” (2000)—a motorized work that responds to visual patterns from a

#TimHawkinson’s “Emoter” (2000)—a motorized work that responds to visual patterns from a

#TimHawkinson’s “Emoter” (2000)—a motorized work that responds to visual patterns from a television screen—as seen in #ART21’s 2003 “Time” episode.
“I use my image or my body in a lot of the work as a jumping-off point, but usually the end result is so abstracted that I don’t really feel so identified with it any longer,” says the artist. “It’s not about my identity, but it’s about our identity and our experiences within our bodies and our body’s relationship to the external world.”

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