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Topic - Chris Burden
Chris Burden's latest kinetic sculpture, "Metropolis II," does more than just imitate life. The colorful display of roads, cars, trains and buildings is art imitating what the artist foresees life being like in five or 10 years.
Predicting his creation represents the future of automobile traffic, Burden notes Google is already testing driverless cars along San Francisco's famously winding streets and highways.
"To have it go to Shanghai or Mumbai or to some Saudi Arabian's palace, it's not ideal for me," he said of his work, adding he had opportunities to sell it to other collectors.