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Robert Michael Smith
Robert Michael Smith has been an active pioneer of digital sculpture, 3D computer visualization/animation, Web design, virtual sculptures for the Web, as well as a significant art and technology educator as Associate Professor of art and technology at New York Institute of Technology Fine Arts Department. Smith is also NYIT Middle East Fine Arts Computer Graphics Coordinator for Global Exchange Programs at Amman, Jordan; Kingdom of Bahrain, and Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Smith’s work has been exhibited worldwide for over thirty years including the acclaimed Digital Stone Exhibition at Beijing Today Art Museum, Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art, Chongqing Jinse Gallery, and Wenzhou ArtMap Gallery. Smith’s sculpture “Paradise Bird Burlesque” is included in the permanent collection of China National Museum of Fine Art at Beijing. Smith has been a guest lecturer at numerous universities, international conferences, and featured in several international articles and books including “Art of the Digital Age,” published by Thames and Hudson.
"Trilabiabyte TraLa," 2006, RP resin, 20 x 24 x 10cm
"Paradise Bird Burlesque," 2007, RP resin, 25 x 18 x 15cm
"Golden Gemini GyneRapture," 2006, RP resin, 20 x 25 x 15cm
"Quixotic Aquatic Erotica," 2008, granite, Today Art Museum, Beijing, China, 121 x 182 x 213cm
"Bridal Breach Boogie," 2007, red granite, 46 x 61 x 25cm
"Spiral Cuttle Cutter," 2010, stainless steel, 48 x93 x 54cm
"Amaranthe," 2003, CNC polyurethane, Public Library, White Plains, NY, USA, 121 x 182 x 213cm
"Chautauquantumandala," 2008, granite, 152 x 152 x 121cm