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AATB: Andrea Anner & Thibault Brevet

AATB – A practice for non-industrial robotics

«Yet, what’s unique about AATB is that their future is also, in a way, analogous to the future of this new field of art and design that they have virtually built from scratch. Yes, other creatives are using robots in their practices, but nobody else has made robotics such a core part of their work and explored the possibilities as profoundly.» – In this Masterclass, we will give some in-depth insights into our work with robots in creative applications.

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.

September 19th, 2020, 10:00 am

4.T37 (level 4)

Lisa Ochsenbein


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«Handshake» (2020) by AATB.
«Handshake» (2020) by AATB.
«Soap Opera»(2019) by AATB.
«Soap Opera»(2019) by AATB.