If Warhol were still around, we're pretty sure the man would've snatched up this contraption as a Factory-approved objet d'art. Born from visual artist Benjamin Grosser's existential musings regarding the soul of AI-enhanced technology, the Interactive Robotic Painting Machine lets the sounds of its environment be its canvas maneuvering guide. For what it's worth, the artist claims that criticism fed into the apparatus' microphone often results in less than stellar compositions from the fine art automaton. We'll refrain from speculating as to the qualitative merits of the stationary bot's abstract flair, and leave you to the high art critique in the comments below. Be sure to jump past the break for a full video of this beaux arts concept.
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