Several New York City public-school students explored an exhibition devoted to the late Korean artist Nam June Paik that included such unique works as a life-size robot made from old-school TV sets to portray the evolution of robotics. Now the pupils become the artists, displaying their response to the exhibit through work of their own. Four schools collaborated on original pieces, which include an interactive origami-teaching robot and child-sized robot suits (worn by the students and shown in a video) and a robot family comprising a mom, dad, baby, butler and dog. All ages.
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