Black Box hosted the inaugural BIM Incubator April 11-13, 2019 featuring a range of panels, workshops, and performances.
Shown here is Robot Double Dutch, introduced by Amina Blacksher, principal and co-founder of Atelier Office. Blacksher’s work is interested in unfolding kinetic intelligence and the embodied knowledge of the body in motion. Her project for the BIM Incubator tasks robotics with rhythmic rigor, scripting ABB robotic arms through a familiar game touching home to many, the simple and sophisticated play of double dutch.
For more projects from the 2019 BIM Incubator, see the full website at https://bim.princeton.edu/