In this short video interview produced by the Swiss Institute, Brooklyn-based artist Tabor Robak "discusses his personal relationship to gaming technology past and present, and describes how constructing complex digital objects and programming computer generated environments changes his way of looking at the world." (Swiss Institute)
Tabor Robak was born in 1986 in Portland, Oregon, and graduated with a BFA from the Pacific Northwest College of Art in 2010. He currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. His work explores the symbiotic relationship between humanity and technology using an arsenal of software-based tools traditionally used in the production of video games, special effects, and motion graphics. Recent exhibitions include Smart New World(curated by Elodie Evers and Magdalena Holzhey) at Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Germany, 2014, and the 2013 La Biennale de Lyon (curated by Gunnar B. Kvaran) in Lyon, France.
LINK: Tabor Robak