Oribotics [SLQ]

Oribotics [SLQ]
Oribotics [SLQ]
Oribotics [SLQ]
Oribotics [SLQ]
Oribotics [SLQ]
Oribotics [SLQ]
Oribotics [SLQ]
Oribotics [SLQ]
Oribotics [SLQ]
Oribotics [SLQ]
Oribotics [SLQ]
Oribotics [SLQ]
Oribotics [SLQ]
Oribotics [SLQ]
Oribotics [SLQ]
Oribotics [SLQ]
Oribotics [SLQ]
Oribotics [SLQ]

Oribotics [SLQ] was a commission for the State Library of Queensland, as part of an infozone residency program. The program gave Matthew Gardiner access to the entire libraries image database for reworking into the sculptural work from Oribotics [laboratory].



The exhibition at the State Library
of Queensland features the 2005 Atom
Generation of robotic blossoms. They are
linked to localities of Queensland, and they
reflect the history of Queensland through
an electronic photographic archive. The
installation asks visitors to choose a location
of meaning to them, be it their home town, a
favourite place, or another place of personal
significance. The work will search the
photographic database, and electronically
fold a projection of the relevant photos over
the installation, bringing the oribots to life
with light.