Copyright 2015

Memoirs of the Digesting Duck


In 2009, Justin Hillgrove and I presented a playful presentation of work showing the
interaction between mechanical and aviary worlds. The title of the show was derived
from Jacques de Vaucanson's automaton in the form of a duck, created in 1739,
which is believed to be the first example of robotics.


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