At nearby MASS MoCA, the question is what makes figuration go live, raised by Elizabeth King in work that marries exacting handcraft and digital technology.
No stranger to cutting-edge technology, Ms. King (born in 1950) is also a close student of historical automatons. Facing you on entry is a stop-motion animation, projected high on the wall, of a huge staring glass eyeball, its lids held open by a spring-loaded, “Clockwork Orange”-y device. After a few moments it blinks quickly; you have to watch for it, and you may blink sympathetically when it does.
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Credit via Elizabeth King for the New York Times