Discography:
Robot Singles Collection
Takuji Kogo + John Miller
Small World (2021)

IN PERSON
ROBOT (Takuji Kogo + John Miller) North Drive Press NY 2006

ROBOT (Takuji Kogo + John Miller)
"ROBOT" produces songs whose lyrics derive from personal ads found online or in newspapers, more recently, from various other sources.
All of Robot's music is synthetic, including the vocals.

Societies of Control      
Text from "Postscript on the Societies of Control / Gilles Deleuze" (1990)
Robot is a virtual band founded by artists Takuji Kogo and John Miller in 2003. Their songs use personal ads and more recently other found texts as lyrics. Their fully synthetic music features electronically produced vocals and instrumentation. Robot has been presented at NBK Berlin, "Open to All Ages and Ethnicities" (2015), "A Little About Me," New Museum, New York (online exhibition, 2013) and within *Candy Factory Projects and Miller’s exhibitions.
Takuji Kogo (b. 1965 in Japan, lives in Fukuoka, Japan). Organizes *Candy Factory Projects, a platform for collaborative art projects. Selected solo exhibitions and original curatorial projects: Kitakyushu Biennial (2007 to 2017); Alt space LOOP Seoul (2019); The Private Museum Singapore (2018); Kalmar Konstmuseum Sweden (2015); Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik, Berlin (2012), The Rooseum, Malmö (2005), Färgfabriken, Stockholm (2004); Akiyoshidai International Art Village (2003). Participation in exhibitions and projects: Aichi Triennial (2016); New Museum, New York (2013); Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography (2009); The Nam June Paik Art Center, Yongin (2009); Media City Seoul (2004); Yokohama Triennale (2001). *Candy Factory Projects are archived at: https://artonline.jp/
John Miller (b. 1954 in Cleveland, USA, lives in New York and Berlin). Solo exhibitions (selection): The Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin (2020), Kubus, Wien (with Richard Hoeck, 2013); Museum Ludwig, Cologne (2011); Kunsthalle Zurich (2009); Cabinet des Estampes at Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Geneva (2004); The Morris and Helen Belkin Gallery, University of British Columbia, Vancouver (with Mike Kelley, 2000); Le Magasin, Centre National d’Art Contemporain de Grenoble; Kunstverein Hamburg (1999).
Robot are archived at https://artonline.jp/#robot
INDEX
Homes for America
沖縄 Okinawa
岩国 Iwakuni
Blueberry Land
"Jag har sett den!"
Non_sites  Love Parade
Zeil Frankfurt
Berlin Childhood
Ornament & Crime
Homes for America
Tokyo
Yokota Airspace
SICILIA Comics 終戦ノ詔・The Musical
Stand-up
Life wouldn't be the same
without safe seas.
There is no ghost
after the revolution
革命后
这里没有鬼
Non_broadcasting time 43 năm HCMC
Fields Ave Angels
Pattaya
GOOD NEWS

Known Knowns

Updates
Online Ads What an interesting finger
Let me suck it.
Kitakyushu
Kanebo
Homi / Toyota
DMZ American Sitcom ROBOT ☎︎☎︎☎︎☎︎☎︎☎︎☎︎


Installation view
HOMES for AMERICA 2019/22
CFP in SEOUL / Alt space Loop
CFP in SINGAPORE
Aichi Triennial 2016
BOOGIE WOOGIE WONDERLAND Sweden
2015
KIMI KIM JALAN JALAN
Kitakyushu Biennial FIFTH 2015
i information 2013
Kitakyushu Biennial in Berlin
CFP at ROME 2012
IMIN 2009 / 2011
Kitakyusyu Biennial 2007
Rooseum 2005
Campaign & Products 2004
BOOGIE WOOGIE WONDERLAND
AIAV
Yokohama Trienniale 2001
Gallery Space Hinode Yokohama