ROBOT – touring exhibition
A collection of robots, cyborgs and androids
This exciting exhibition showcases robots, cyborgs and androids in all their guises – from friendly and helpful to sinister and scary.
Visitors will get up close and personal with heroic robots. Film fans will recognise their favourite metal movie stars – the dark side is represented too. Around every corner lurks another metallic star.
It’s not all celebrity robots. Where are the household robots promised to us by Tomorrow’s World? Right here, you can see the R.A.D. robots 1.0 and 4.0 – personal robots designed to serve drinks and eavesdrop on conversations.
This new exhibition is everything you need for a spectacular, successful, engaging and educational temporary exhibition.
Read a review of this exhibition at the Art Factory Gallery below.
Size: flexible; this touring exhibition is a modular exhibition system that fits any space. Three separate exhibitions available or one massive blockbuster.
Required Security: regular checking
Hire fee: Hire fee covers all hardware such as plinths, acrylic cases, mannequins etc.
Third party IP rights: Any third party IP rights license deemed required for the display of any materials must be sought by the venue prior to display. Images used in advertising will require prior permission from the original IP holders. In particular, film titles, character likenesses or character names cannot be used in any marketing materials without permission from the original IP holder.
Insurance Responsibility: Venue
Transport Responsibility: Venue
Notes: Venue to be alarmed and secure at night.
Art Factory – Robot (21 July – 28 August) attracted over 5000 visitors to the Turnpike Gallery this summer, making it one of the most popular exhibitions during the last decade. This family-friendly show was accompanied by a variety of drop-in activiities devised by the gallery, and in addition, over 700 adults and children participated in artist-led workshops. The majority of visitors to the gallery were from Leigh, Hindley, Tyldesley and Atherton. Partly as a result of a feature on BBC Radio Manchester, visitors also came from Oldham, Bury, Rochdale, St Helens and Manchester. Robot attracted a wide variety of people including teenagers and toddlers, young families and older adults, disabled people and community groups.
Selected comments included: “Today was really good and different. thank you” “I loved making my own robot.” “It’s totally awesome!” “Fabulous! We’re visiting from the USA and we loved the exhibition and robot craft.” “Fabulous idea for the kids.”
Martyn Lucas, visual Arts Officer, Turnpike Gallery, Leigh.
Available only from
THE MUSEUM OF MOVIE MAGIC, REDDING, SCOTLAND
t. 01324 716827