Brendon (not Brendan) McNaughton is a young Canadian artiste. He has the McNaughton build, by which I mean his brother James still pushes bobsleds. (James manfully supports his manfully artistique brother.)

Brendon McNaughton explores how technology is transforming social and economic structures across the globe. He uses innovative technologies such as 3D printers, 3D scanners[,] and robot arms to create his work.

All right, fine. But by any standard, this is the artwork, not the marble pawn by itself.

Lathe attachment on lobster-coloured industrial robot drills the spherical tip of a huge marble pawn

In fact, it looks better when hauled by a forklift.

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