Autonomous X12 side view in MAMA
Autonomous X12 side view in MAMA

“Autonomous X12” from a chassis built exclusively by robots for the Nissan Motorsports race team. “Autonomous X12” is the third iteration of Georgopoulos’ series of automotive pieces embedded with or accompanied by film, each of which replicate the driving experience in real time. This dynamic piece takes the series a step further by kitting out the machine with videos that resemble those on the Google’s self-driving Project X vehicle. The film, a voyage down Sunset Boulevard from the East Side of Los Angeles to Santa Monica on the West, can be taken as a mundane passage the likes of which your car might take without you when the technology is capable of self-driving programmable errands

Sheet metal, aluminum, glass, rubber, steel, plastic, aerospace composites, powder coating and electronic components with 60:00 minute single channel video

 75 x 164 x 71.5 in  (190.5 x 416.56 x 181.61 cm)

Self Driving Car

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles 

Installation View
Installation View

The Earth is Flat at MAMA
James Georgopoulos 2016

Autonomous X12 looking inside into trunk
Autonomous X12 looking inside into trunk

“Autonomous X12” from a chassis built exclusively by robots for the Nissan Motorsports race team. “Autonomous X12” is the third iteration of Georgopoulos’ series of automotive pieces embedded with or accompanied by film, each of which replicate the driving experience in real time. This dynamic piece takes the series a step further by kitting out the machine with videos that resemble those on the Google’s self-driving Project X vehicle. The film, a voyage down Sunset Boulevard from the East Side of Los Angeles to Santa Monica on the West, can be taken as a mundane passage the likes of which your car might take without you when the technology is capable of self-driving programmable errands

Sheet metal, aluminum, glass, rubber, steel, plastic, aerospace composites, powder coating and electronic components with 60:00 minute single channel video 

 75 x 164 x 71.5 in  (190.5 x 416.56 x 181.61 cm)

Self Driving Car

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles 

 

Autonomous X12 Self Driving Car
Autonomous X12 Self Driving Car

“Autonomous X12” Front view from a chassis built exclusively by robots for the Nissan Motorsports race team. “Autonomous X12” is the third iteration of Georgopoulos’ series of automotive pieces embedded with or accompanied by film, each of which replicate the driving experience in real time. This dynamic piece takes the series a step further by kitting out the machine with videos that resemble those on the Google’s self-driving Project X vehicle. The film, a voyage down Sunset Boulevard from the East Side of Los Angeles to Santa Monica on the West, can be taken as a mundane passage the likes of which your car might take without you when the technology is capable of self-driving programmable errands

Sheet metal, aluminum, glass, rubber, steel, plastic, aerospace composites, powder coating and electronic components with 60:00 minute single channel video 

 75 x 164 x 71.5 in  (190.5 x 416.56 x 181.61 cm)

Self Driving Car

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles 

Autonomous X12 inside car
Autonomous X12 inside car

“Autonomous X12” looking forward from a chassis built exclusively by robots for the Nissan Motorsports race team. “Autonomous X12” is the third iteration of Georgopoulos’ series of automotive pieces embedded with or accompanied by film, each of which replicate the driving experience in real time. This dynamic piece takes the series a step further by kitting out the machine with videos that resemble those on the Google’s self-driving Project X vehicle. The film, a voyage down Sunset Boulevard from the East Side of Los Angeles to Santa Monica on the West, can be taken as a mundane passage the likes of which your car might take without you when the technology is capable of self-driving programmable errands

Sheet metal, aluminum, glass, rubber, steel, plastic, aerospace composites, powder coating and electronic components with 60:00 minute single channel video 

 75 x 164 x 71.5 in  (190.5 x 416.56 x 181.61 cm)

Self Driving Car

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles 

Autonomous X12 looking from the back
Autonomous X12 looking from the back

“Autonomous X12” view from the back of sculpture from a chassis built exclusively by robots for the Nissan Motorsports race team. “Autonomous X12” is the third iteration of Georgopoulos’ series of automotive pieces embedded with or accompanied by film, each of which replicate the driving experience in real time. This dynamic piece takes the series a step further by kitting out the machine with videos that resemble those on the Google’s self-driving Project X vehicle. The film, a voyage down Sunset Boulevard from the East Side of Los Angeles to Santa Monica on the West, can be taken as a mundane passage the likes of which your car might take without you when the technology is capable of self-driving programmable errands

Sheet metal, aluminum, glass, rubber, steel, plastic, aerospace composites, powder coating and electronic components with 60:00 minute single channel video 

 75 x 164 x 71.5 in  (190.5 x 416.56 x 181.61 cm)

Self Driving Car

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles 

Autonomous X12 view of video screen
Autonomous X12 view of video screen

“Autonomous X12” from a chassis built exclusively by robots for the Nissan Motorsports race team. “Autonomous X12” is the third iteration of Georgopoulos’ series of automotive pieces embedded with or accompanied by film, each of which replicate the driving experience in real time. This dynamic piece takes the series a step further by kitting out the machine with videos that resemble those on the Google’s self-driving Project X vehicle. The film, a voyage down Sunset Boulevard from the East Side of Los Angeles to Santa Monica on the West, can be taken as a mundane passage the likes of which your car might take without you when the technology is capable of self-driving programmable errands

Sheet metal, aluminum, glass, rubber, steel, plastic, aerospace composites, powder coating and electronic components with 60:00 minute single channel video 

 75 x 164 x 71.5 in  (190.5 x 416.56 x 181.61 cm)

Self Driving Car

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles 

Autonomous X12 side view in MAMA
Installation View
Autonomous X12 looking inside into trunk
Autonomous X12 Self Driving Car
Autonomous X12 inside car
Autonomous X12 looking from the back
Autonomous X12 view of video screen
Autonomous X12 side view in MAMA

“Autonomous X12” from a chassis built exclusively by robots for the Nissan Motorsports race team. “Autonomous X12” is the third iteration of Georgopoulos’ series of automotive pieces embedded with or accompanied by film, each of which replicate the driving experience in real time. This dynamic piece takes the series a step further by kitting out the machine with videos that resemble those on the Google’s self-driving Project X vehicle. The film, a voyage down Sunset Boulevard from the East Side of Los Angeles to Santa Monica on the West, can be taken as a mundane passage the likes of which your car might take without you when the technology is capable of self-driving programmable errands

Sheet metal, aluminum, glass, rubber, steel, plastic, aerospace composites, powder coating and electronic components with 60:00 minute single channel video

 75 x 164 x 71.5 in  (190.5 x 416.56 x 181.61 cm)

Self Driving Car

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles 

Installation View

The Earth is Flat at MAMA
James Georgopoulos 2016

Autonomous X12 looking inside into trunk

“Autonomous X12” from a chassis built exclusively by robots for the Nissan Motorsports race team. “Autonomous X12” is the third iteration of Georgopoulos’ series of automotive pieces embedded with or accompanied by film, each of which replicate the driving experience in real time. This dynamic piece takes the series a step further by kitting out the machine with videos that resemble those on the Google’s self-driving Project X vehicle. The film, a voyage down Sunset Boulevard from the East Side of Los Angeles to Santa Monica on the West, can be taken as a mundane passage the likes of which your car might take without you when the technology is capable of self-driving programmable errands

Sheet metal, aluminum, glass, rubber, steel, plastic, aerospace composites, powder coating and electronic components with 60:00 minute single channel video 

 75 x 164 x 71.5 in  (190.5 x 416.56 x 181.61 cm)

Self Driving Car

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles 

 

Autonomous X12 Self Driving Car

“Autonomous X12” Front view from a chassis built exclusively by robots for the Nissan Motorsports race team. “Autonomous X12” is the third iteration of Georgopoulos’ series of automotive pieces embedded with or accompanied by film, each of which replicate the driving experience in real time. This dynamic piece takes the series a step further by kitting out the machine with videos that resemble those on the Google’s self-driving Project X vehicle. The film, a voyage down Sunset Boulevard from the East Side of Los Angeles to Santa Monica on the West, can be taken as a mundane passage the likes of which your car might take without you when the technology is capable of self-driving programmable errands

Sheet metal, aluminum, glass, rubber, steel, plastic, aerospace composites, powder coating and electronic components with 60:00 minute single channel video 

 75 x 164 x 71.5 in  (190.5 x 416.56 x 181.61 cm)

Self Driving Car

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles 

Autonomous X12 inside car

“Autonomous X12” looking forward from a chassis built exclusively by robots for the Nissan Motorsports race team. “Autonomous X12” is the third iteration of Georgopoulos’ series of automotive pieces embedded with or accompanied by film, each of which replicate the driving experience in real time. This dynamic piece takes the series a step further by kitting out the machine with videos that resemble those on the Google’s self-driving Project X vehicle. The film, a voyage down Sunset Boulevard from the East Side of Los Angeles to Santa Monica on the West, can be taken as a mundane passage the likes of which your car might take without you when the technology is capable of self-driving programmable errands

Sheet metal, aluminum, glass, rubber, steel, plastic, aerospace composites, powder coating and electronic components with 60:00 minute single channel video 

 75 x 164 x 71.5 in  (190.5 x 416.56 x 181.61 cm)

Self Driving Car

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles 

Autonomous X12 looking from the back

“Autonomous X12” view from the back of sculpture from a chassis built exclusively by robots for the Nissan Motorsports race team. “Autonomous X12” is the third iteration of Georgopoulos’ series of automotive pieces embedded with or accompanied by film, each of which replicate the driving experience in real time. This dynamic piece takes the series a step further by kitting out the machine with videos that resemble those on the Google’s self-driving Project X vehicle. The film, a voyage down Sunset Boulevard from the East Side of Los Angeles to Santa Monica on the West, can be taken as a mundane passage the likes of which your car might take without you when the technology is capable of self-driving programmable errands

Sheet metal, aluminum, glass, rubber, steel, plastic, aerospace composites, powder coating and electronic components with 60:00 minute single channel video 

 75 x 164 x 71.5 in  (190.5 x 416.56 x 181.61 cm)

Self Driving Car

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles 

Autonomous X12 view of video screen

“Autonomous X12” from a chassis built exclusively by robots for the Nissan Motorsports race team. “Autonomous X12” is the third iteration of Georgopoulos’ series of automotive pieces embedded with or accompanied by film, each of which replicate the driving experience in real time. This dynamic piece takes the series a step further by kitting out the machine with videos that resemble those on the Google’s self-driving Project X vehicle. The film, a voyage down Sunset Boulevard from the East Side of Los Angeles to Santa Monica on the West, can be taken as a mundane passage the likes of which your car might take without you when the technology is capable of self-driving programmable errands

Sheet metal, aluminum, glass, rubber, steel, plastic, aerospace composites, powder coating and electronic components with 60:00 minute single channel video 

 75 x 164 x 71.5 in  (190.5 x 416.56 x 181.61 cm)

Self Driving Car

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles 

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