Made from found/recycled objects: car muffler, rusty chair, rusty nails, electronic boards, antenna, tire, rusty pipes, beer and soda cans, buoy, watches, springs, broken cell phone, bulbs.
In Jewish folklore, a rabbi in 16th century Prague built a human-like creature and gave it life. The Golem was useful for a while, but later got out of control and had to be killed. The legend says it still lays down in an attic waiting to be revived. My damaged high-tech Golem hopes his antenna and cell phone will carry messages that will activate his revival.
Selected for the exhibit "Miron Abramovici - Art form Junk, Abstract Reflections, and Kinetic Art" at the NJ Visual Arts Center, Summit, NJ, April-June, 2019