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April 25, 2001
Japanese artist Momoyo Torimitsu guides her life-like robot Miyata Jiro as passersby look on in central...
Sydney, Australia
Japanese artist Momoyo Torimitsu guides her life-like robot Miyata Jiro as passersby look on in cent.....
Japanese artist Momoyo Torimitsu guides her life-like robot Miyata Jiro as passersby look on in central Sydney April 24, 2001. New York-based Torimitsu, dressed in a white nurses uniform, "tends" to Miyata Jiro as he crawls through streets in a humourous reference to his role as a "corporate soldier" and the Asian economic crash of 1997. [Torimitsu's street performance forms the basis of an exhibition she will stage at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art later this year. She has already made public appearances in New York's Wall Street, in London, Paris and Rio de Janeiro.]
TORIMITSU
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April 25, 2001
Japanese artist Momoyo Torimitsu replaces the battery in her life-like robot Miyata Jiro as passersby...
Sydney, Australia
Japanese artist Momoyo Torimitsu replaces the battery in her life-like robot Miyata Jiro as passersb.....
Japanese artist Momoyo Torimitsu replaces the battery in her life-like robot Miyata Jiro as passersby look on in central Sydney April 24, 2001. New York-based Torimitsu, dressed in a white nurses uniform, "tends" to Miyata Jiro as he crawls through streets in a humourous reference to his role as a "corporate soldier" and the Asian economic crash of 1997. [Torimitsu's street performance forms the basis of an exhibition she will stage at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art later this year. She has already made public appearances in New York's Wall Street, in London, Paris and Rio de Janeiro.]
AUSTRALIA
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April 24, 2001
Japanese artist Momoyo Torimitsu replaces the battery in her life-like
robot Miyata Jiro as passersby...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2001 - JAPANESE BUSINESSMAN ART ROBOT HAS BATTERY
REPLACED IN CENTRAL SYDNEY.
Japanese artist Momoyo Torimitsu replaces the battery in her life-like
robot Miyata Jiro as passersby look on in central Sydney April 24,
2001. New York-based Torimitsu, dressed in a white nurses uniform,
"tends" to Miyata Jiro as he crawls through streets in a humourous
reference to his role as a "corporate soldier" and the Asian economic
crash of 1997. Torimitsu's street performance forms the basis of an
exhibition she will stage at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art later
this year. She has already made public appearances in New York's Wall
Street, in London, Paris and Rio de Janeiro. YEAREND PICTURES 2001
REUTERS/Will Burgess

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AUSTRALIA
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April 24, 2001
Japanese artist Momoyo Torimitsu guides her life-like robot Miyata Jiro as passersby look on in central...
Sydney, Australia
JAPANESE BUSINESSMAN ART ROBOT CRAWLS THROUGH CENTRAL SYDNEY.
Japanese artist Momoyo Torimitsu guides her life-like robot Miyata Jiro as passersby look on in central Sydney April 24, 2001. New York-based Torimitsu, dressed in a white nurses uniform, "tends" to Miyata Jiro as he crawls through streets in a humourous reference to his role as a "corporate soldier" and the Asian economic crash of 1997. Torimitsu's street performance forms the basis of an exhibition she will stage at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art later this year. She has already made public appearances in New York's Wall Street, in London, Paris and Rio de Janeiro.

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AUSTRALIA
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April 24, 2001
Japanese artist Momoyo Torimitsu replaces the battery in her life-like robot Miyata Jiro as passersby...
Sydney, Australia
JAPANESE BUSINESSMAN ART ROBOT HAS BATTERY REPLACED IN CENTRAL SYDNEY.
Japanese artist Momoyo Torimitsu replaces the battery in her life-like robot Miyata Jiro as passersby look on in central Sydney April 24, 2001. New York-based Torimitsu, dressed in a white nurses uniform, "tends" to Miyata Jiro as he crawls through streets in a humourous reference to his role as a "corporate soldier" and the Asian economic crash of 1997. Torimitsu's street performance forms the basis of an exhibition she will stage at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art later this year. She has already made public appearances in New York's Wall Street, in London, Paris and Rio de Janeiro.

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