/Urban Robots

I have always been fascinated by Street Art and Urban Art but I never really saw a connection with my work. After visiting an Urban Art Fair and several Urban Art galleries in Paris in 2019, an idea began to form on how I could incorporate this exciting movement into my sculptures.

And so the Urban Robots were born: A collection of decommissioned robots found in the scrap heaps and alleyways of a futuristic and dystopian urban society. Broken, rusted and dented. Remnants of a glorious technological past, now displayed as trophies on concrete bases.

Barry
Barry

Painted and rusted steel on concrete base. Life size.

Doug
Doug

Painted and rusted steel on concrete base. Life size.

Ernie
Ernie

Painted and rusted steel on concrete base. Life size

Dimitri
Dimitri

Painted and rusted steel on concrete base. Life size

Vic
Vic

Painted and rusted steel on a concrete base. Life size.

Trevor
Trevor

Painted and rusted steel on concrete base. Life size.

Lance
Lance

Painted and rusted steel on concrete base. Life size.

Mitch
Mitch

Painted and rusted steel on concrete base. Life size.