New media artist Ken Rinaldo's exhibition explores communication between different species.

The Swiss Museum of Science Fiction is hosting a new exhibition called Do Robots Dream of Spring? by artist Ken Rinaldo. The exhibition highlights his expertise in creating media art installations that explore the integration and confluence of natural and technological systems.

One of his standout projects at the exhibition was Autopoiesis, a series of robotic sound sculptures that use sensors to interact with the public and change their behaviors based on the presence of the visitors and the communication between the sculptures themselves.

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