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About Robert Wuss

Creative Technologist
United States

Robert Wuss

Specializing in robotics and perception, Robert is a Technical Director/Producer and Creative Technologist living in Brussels, Belgium. Recent credits include Field IO, Marshmallow Laser Feast, and the Barbican Centre in London, UK. He was recently a company member and Technical Artist of The Wooster Group (New York City) and has designed/ toured internationally with the company. Works include A Pink Chair (2017), The B-Side (2017), The Town Hall Affair (2016), and The Room (2015). His designs with the company have been seen in major venues which recently includes: St. Ann’s Warehouse (New York), The Barbican Centre (Lift Festival, London), The Sydney Opera House, (Sydney Festival, Sydney), the Centre Pompidou, (Festival d'Automne, Paris), Kaai Theater, (Kunstenfestivaldesarts, Brussels). Robert is also an Associate Producer for the Performa Biennial in New York City. During the 2017 Biennial he designed and produced for Teju Cole (New York), Kemang Wa Lehulere (South Africa),Tracey Rose (South Africa)and Yto Barrada (Morocco) . In 2013 (Ryan McNamara) and 2017 (Kemang Wa Lehulere) were presented the Malcolm McLaren award for most innovative productions during the Biennial. While living in New York, Robert engaged in an active community of designers and artists. This work includes The McKittrick Hotel ( Home of Sleep No More, Punchdrunk), MoMA PS1, Signature Theater Company, 3-Legged Dog, Pipeline Theater Company, and Ars Nova.

Projects By Robert Wuss

Posts By Robert Wuss

Teaching a Robot To See: A Conversation in Eye Tracking in the Media Arts and Human-Robot Interaction

October 8, 2019 |

Eye movements, most effectively Point of Gaze, can help predict social cues in communications. When included in a conversation participants look for these social cues to give affirmation or feedback regarding how to behave and react. Point of … Read More