In this Spark video produced by KQED, meet Ken Goldberg who conducts whimsical experiments in human behavior to explore the artistic possibilities of the Web. Goldberg is a conceptual artist considered a pioneer in the growing genre of Internet art. A professor of industrial engineering at the University of California at Berkeley, Goldberg combines his skill in robotics and his fascination with the social behavior of Internet communities. The result is a series of whimsical artistic experiments in which strangers use the Internet to jointly control and monitor real-life events and activities.
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