Enid Tsui poses for a portrait by 5RNP, five robots that have been taught to sketch human sitters by artist Patrick Tresset. Photo: ArtisTree Enid Tsui poses for a portrait by 5RNP, five robots that have been taught to sketch human sitters by artist Patrick Tresset. Photo: ArtisTree
Enid Tsui poses for a portrait by 5RNP, five robots that have been taught to sketch human sitters by artist Patrick Tresset. Photo: ArtisTree

Robot artists sketching portraits of human sitters – is it really art, or is there something more going on?

  • 5RNP, short for Five Robots Named Paul, have a residency in Hong Kong, sketching portraits of human sitters
  • Patrick Tresset, their human creator, describes the experiment as a live theatre project

Topic |   Robotics
Enid Tsui poses for a portrait by 5RNP, five robots that have been taught to sketch human sitters by artist Patrick Tresset. Photo: ArtisTree Enid Tsui poses for a portrait by 5RNP, five robots that have been taught to sketch human sitters by artist Patrick Tresset. Photo: ArtisTree
Enid Tsui poses for a portrait by 5RNP, five robots that have been taught to sketch human sitters by artist Patrick Tresset. Photo: ArtisTree
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