In case you happened to notice that freaky looking thing hanging from the ceiling of the $US8.5 million tech pad, it's an artwork called Drone #4 (2006) by BjÃ¶rn SchÃ¼lke, from the Bitforms Gallery. After you watch our video, by Nick McGlynn, check out the artist's other interactive sculptures—I'm not sure if BjÃ¶rn's target customer is Terry Gilliam or Emperor Palpatine, but either way it freaks me the hell out. [Bitforms]
Bitforms (Imperial) Drone Sculpture From Esquire North Penthouse
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