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New Energy, gallery 1: Machines

Our environment is largely filled with objects that we have conceived and made ourselves. Gradually these objects have come to govern our behaviour. Now that energy and raw materials are becoming scarce, we have to ask ourselves whether we can survive without all these objects. Artists and designers take a critical look at this question and rethink the role that technology can play in our lives.

Auger-Loizeau. Flypaper combined with robotic clock from the ‘Carnivorous Domestic Entertainment Robots’, (2008/2009). MDF, aluminium, perspex

Auger-Loizeau. Flypaper combined with robotic clock from the ‘Carnivorous Domestic Entertainment Robots’, (2008/2009). MDF, aluminium, perspex

 

On view in this gallery:

John Bock, Curve-Auto with π-Man-(.), 2010

Dunne & Raby, Technological dreams series: no.1, robots, 2007

Auger-Loizeau, Carnivorous Domestic Entertainment Robots, 2009. Read an interview with the designers or listen to an interview with Jimmy Loizeau.

Designs for an Overpopulated Planet: No. 1, Foragers from dunne & raby on Vimeo.

 

Auger-Loizeau, Fly Paper Clock