U.S.A. 1-2-3, 1992
Word Processor, 1986http://www.sfgate.com/eguide/profile/
Alan Rath's passion for electronics was relevant even as a young child. He pursued his enthusiasm for technology during his young adult years and eventually recieved his Electrical Engineering Degree at MIT. Alan Rath knew there was more to electronics than just a machine. His curiosity and passion grew to create his art form that expressed electronics with a more "life-like" purpose. Various pieces of Alan Rath are composed of speakers, LCD screens, digital counters, and robots that he sculpts puts together to create a contemporary piece of art.