CHARLES AWEIDA
R0B0TICS
ART

 

Charles Aweida is an artist + roboticist exploring the intersection of science, engineering, the visual arts and film. His work — focused in manipulating the physical through robotics and custom actuated machines is driven by digital representations of the natural world. His work has shown in international art museums and galleries. Charles experiments and researches new ways of leveraging robotics as a creative medium through his experimental lab in Oakland, CA. For updates subscribe below. For inquiries email c@cka.co 

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First completion in a series of robot-fabricated fine art pieces titled "Abstract Representations of the Natural World." The process includes a 6 axis Kuka industrial robotic arm, custom fabricated nails, closed cell high-density foam and a custom engineered vibratory nail feeder.

Pattern and toolpath generated by a simulation of two virtual chemicals reacting and diffusing on a 3D grid using the Gray-Scott model. Machined by a KUKA Agilus KR10 R11

Representing wind through digital fabrication and the tangible is a new media art piece centered around tangible artifacts driven by intangible forces. In this case a sculptural data visualization generated from the forces of wind.

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