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Kate McCambridge

MA work

Nothing Lost

How will human-machine interactions evolve as the intelligence, capabilities and roles of machines expand? With machines increasingly becoming collaborators, extensions of our bodies and replacements for other bodies, how will our relationships with them change? 

As formerly unidirectional interactions become human-machine relationships, we can no longer simply ask what we expect of them. We will have to also ask what they may come to expect of us? And how we may need to change our thinking and our bodies to meet those expectations and build these new relationships?

Nothing Lost introduces three robots that explore human-machine interaction in the face of the rapidly evolving capacity of artificial intelligence and the basic, enduring needs of humans. 

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Design

    Programme

    MA Innovation Design Engineering, 2017

  • Kate McCambridge is a mixed material artist working in sculpture, performance and critical design. She works with a diverse community of collaborators across science, technology and the arts.
  • Degrees

  • BA, Harvard University, 2008