Robots are coming out of factories. The time has come for them not only to work but also to play. A rope keeps on swinging and you’re invited to keep the beat. Come and see who is being played.
In 2018, Andrea Anner and Thibault Brevet started a collaborative practice together. They have been informally working alongside on a number of projects but a common will to explore specific themes emerged. The practice develops around the idea of Non-Industrial Robotics: Three years ago they started experimenting with industrial robotic systems such as robotic arms and industrial automation processes. Together they develop works exploring Human-Machine Interactions through the lens of kinetic and interactive devices. The studio is currently in Residence at Atelier Luma in Arles.
Andrea Anner, Thibault Brevet
Installation with two robotic arms