Sci-art fusions float our boat. Remember the dancing robot? So imagine our anorak rousing excitement that
Kinetica Art Fair opens in London a week on Friday. It's the first of its kind in the UK, featuring "carnivorous lampshades, pole dancing robots, man-animal-machine hybrids, mechanical writing machines, mesmerising light sculptures and cybernetics". The opening spectacular will see artist Seth Riskin, a former U.S. national champion gymnast, writhing around light and lasers and international artist collective, Body>>Data>>Space in "Dare we do it real time" morphing between avatar, cyborg, humanoid, robot, using the electronic, the bionic, the digitronic. Awesome.
What's more exciting is that Kinetica have given us 5 pairs of tickets to giveaway to you lucky lucky culturally geeky readers. Just answer this topical teaser and complete the form below for a chance to win. Kinetica Art Fair takes place at P3 - a former concrete testing facility - which sits on the side of which London university?Competition closes 5pm on Monday 23 February and winners will be notified by email. Kinetica Art Fair opens on Friday 27 February at P3, 35 Marylebone Road, NW1 and is open till 10pm over the weekend. Closes Monday 2 March at 4pm. If you don't win freebies, tickets are £5-£20, check the website for more details.
Image the Shadow Robot Company