Painter R. Nicholas Kuszyk is plagued by robots. Dancing cartoonish robots, robots that form their own subculture. Robots unable to make a sound. Robots that, he feels, resemble humans more than we may realize. After installing several murals around the US including one on Metropolitan Ave., in Brooklyn, completing a children’s book and now a huge rooftop painting – all featuring the same robots, Kuszyk’s 10-year fascination with robots has a very definite and developed artistic momentum and that’s great news. Except, he’s never been that interested in them. At least not in the way that you’d think.(complete text)
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