Robot love during DDW 2018

 
GROTTO, 2018, INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION  A bunch of wrinkled skin. Should robots be smooth and cold machines resembling people? Maybe not.

GROTTO, 2018, INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION
A bunch of wrinkled skin. Should robots be smooth and cold machines resembling people? Maybe not.

 

THE EXPO THAT GETS UNDER YOUR SKIN

About: This this expo is not about new generation of robots and technologies, its more like contemporary art. The issue nowdays of a larger group of people feels lonelier than ever. Robots can fill the gap in the demand for care, attention, love and sex.
Web: robotlove.nl

Time: 15 SEPT – 2 DEC 2018
TUESDAY – SUNDAY: 11 – 18
FRIDAY: 11 – 21, CLOSED ON MONDAY
Address: CAMPINA MILK FACTORY, EINDHOVEN, NL
Price: 14€ on the website

by Dutch artist Margriet van Breevoort - The realistic execution tempts you to believe that these kinds of beings may really exist in the future. In the light of what is technologically possible today, this might just become reality. The hyperrealistic sculptures is a creature that does not belong to the human race. Are they hybrid beings? Genetic experiments?

  • THE WAITING, 2017, SCULPTURE

  • THE TOURIST, 2016, SCULPTURE

  • BOB, 2017, SCULPTURE

SAVAGE - the mechanisms that reduce a woman to what she wears or to the makeovers she has undergone.

BEINGS - installation of a future image of man in which technological n biological components merge together.

The superstar of this expo - hell, she is so real, i touched her skin, and its almost fucking human!!! I ll put video in stories. LOOKING FOR COMPLETION - artist duo L.A.Raeven created an identical android robot sister.

HELL YEAH WE FUCK DIE  (the 5 most commonly used terms in song titles)

HELL YEAH WE FUCK DIE (the 5 most commonly used terms in song titles)

2. 3D-printed robot. At the moment, the INMOVE robot is able to see, talk, move and hold onto something.

4. SUSPENDED ANIMATION, 2018, 3D PRINTED FASHION/TECHNOLOGY

LOVE MYSTERIES, 2018, MURAL
The basis of this wall is science fiction films, from which they selected scenes and the lost art of psychedelic and penmanship by Job Wouters.