Washington
 
Dist of Columbia

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Through handmade and custom-fabricated hardware, software, and enclosures, the electronic sculptures of Chris Combs respond to themes of surveillance, control, and algorithmic bias–and the viewer, using facial recognition and motion sensing. He works with a wide range of practices to create circuit boards, software, and enclosures for his sculptures, which both embrace and question technology.

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Chris Combs
2019, 7x4x5", Glass lens, OLED, custom circuit board, microcontroller, addressable lights, electroluminescent wire, PLA, industrial blastproof junction box
$1,495.00
Chris Combs
2019, 6x8x8", Alert beacon, custom circuit board, microcontroller, addressable lights, touch sensors, felt, pla, and pie tin
Chris Combs
2018, 4x5x3", Three-axis capacitive motion sensor, pine, LEDs, computer, PLA, aluminum standoffs
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Chris Combs
2018, 6x6x3", One-way acrylic, LED matrix, Adirondack barnwood, occupancy sensor, computer, wood PLA, collected Google autocompletes
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Chris Combs
2018, 4x5x1", Vintage OSRAM mainframe LED displays, aluminum extrusion, custom electronics, neural network
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Chris Combs
2018, 12x12x12", Security camera enclosure, disco lightbulb
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Chris Combs
2018, 6x4x2", Reclaimed wood (milled), OLED, laser rangefinder, microcontroller
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Chris Combs
2017, ~4x6x4", Aluminum enclosure, LCD, ESP8266, Arduino, vintage indicators, switches, ZCTA database
$1,195.00
Chris Combs
2017, 8x6x3", Laser-cut plywood, circuitry, computer, microcontroller, speaker, literature, Markov chains
$1,795.00