The Cut and Paste sculpture provides a critique of technology's transformation of the human perception of the space-time continuum.

As technology offers a wealth of iconic identities to play with, it's no wonder that GUI interface processes have the potentially to become art objects . Taking its cue from the Microsoft Windows file transfer window, artist Stefan Schwabes Cut and Paste kinetic sculpture brings information transformation back into the physical world, producing a meditation on human-time perceptions of space and time. Cut and paste from stschwabe on Vimeo.

Stefan Schwabes Cut and Paste

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