Art-ificial Intelligence | Lost Art

Edward Ihnatowicz was an artist whose interest in finding ways to emulate animal movement led him to become a pioneer of robotic art.

Ihnatowicz was known for filming animals, documenting how they responded and moved, which led him to think about creating sculptures that behaved like living creatures.

Senster marked the pinnacle of Ihnatowicz’s achievements and is remembered today as a pioneering piece of technology-based art. The sculpture used sound and movement sensors to react to the behaviour of the visitors. Senster was on display in Eindhoven, Holland from 1970 until 1974 before the artist dismantled it.

The Gallery of Lost Art was an online exhibition that told the stories of vanished artworks. Whether destroyed, stolen, discarded or erased some of the most significant artworks of the last 100 years have been lost and can no longer be seen.


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