A moving science story There’s a symbiosis about Cabaret and this little outfit behind the railway line at Acton with the national impact and the global connections that makes you think they must have been joined at the hip, but this is their first project together. Steve Pizzey’s Science Projects are creating CMT’s long-wished-for travelling […]
Archives for September 2010
An exhibition of antique and contemporary automata has been extended by popular demand. Presented by The House of Automata at the Nairn Museum the exhibition will run until the 31st October. It features a number of modern pieces made by Paul Spooner as well as a range of antique automata.
Reformed robot washing the feet of a leper. Click image to enlarge.
A new one-off piece by Paul Spooner. With echoes of Picasso’s cubist painting ‘Seated Bather by the Sea’ (1930) Spooner’s chair has 8 fingers which move like a wonky Peter Markey Wave Machine. The piece is operated by batteries (included) and the fingers start moving when the knob on the drawer is turned. Oak and […]
Robo-Fetishist. Click image to enlarge.