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Electric Knife Orchestra Plays “Stayin’ Alive”

by Conner Flynn
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I can’t help thinking that The Electric Knife Orchestra is the beginning of a robot that kills by chopping humans into pieces to a catchy soundtrack. Like, say, the Bee Gee’s Stayin’ Alive. Yeah, this is some creepy stuff. Stop creating sharp things that can kill us people.

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Electric Knife Orchestra is an art installation by Neil Mendoza at the UCLA Department of Design Media Arts in Los Angeles. At least that’s how it is starting it’s life. I wonder if it has chopped off its first finger yet. Anyway, for now sixteen knives and a meat cleaver make up the orchestra and they are paired with an Arduino and other instruments, like bells, stepper motors, a triangle and more.

According to its creator, it has already had a taste for blood. “Working with knives was a new challenge,” says Mendoza. “After a couple of days of getting little cuts all over my hands I covered most of the blades with tape.”

Dismantle it now before it is too late!

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