Billy KlÃ¼ver reminds us of Jean Tinguelyâ€™s work on collapse in Artists, Engineers, and CollaborationÂ KlÃ¼ver-Billy-Artists-Engineers-and-CollaborationÂ (published in Culture on the Brink: Ideologies of Technology, A Manifesto for Cyborgs. Bender, G. and Druckrey, T. (Eds) Dia Center for the Arts, Discussions in Contemporary Culture Number 9. Seattle: Bay Press, 1994).
Jean Tinguely came to New York City in early 1960. On seeing the city for the first time, he decided to build a large machine that would violently destroy itself in front of an audience in a theater, throwing off parts in all directions.
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