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Artist Karina Smigla-Bobinski exhibits ADA Kinetic Sculpture at The Lowry

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The Lowry, currently has an exhibition about creating art through common and banal objects.  Berlin-based Polish artist Karina Smigla-Bobinski has an installation titled, ADA, which is a giant interactive ball that has charcoal sticking out around its surface for visitors to draw around the room with it.

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The project was inspired by Ada Lovelace who is known to have invented the computer as an automatic machine.  In the same spirit, ADA becomes a simple but conceptually interesting and FUN automatic drawing machine:

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via urdesignmag.com