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Robot Art by Tal Avitzur

  • June 10, 2012
  • In: Art

Talbotics by Tal Avitzur

Talbotics by Tal Avitzur

Tal Avitzur scour the scrap yards of Southern California in search of urban detritus to build robot sculptures. Though the robots do not perform any tasks, they do light up.

Tal admit that “This is what happens when a grown man with the mind of a seven-year-old and a love for science fiction.

Each piece begins with finding the personality in an object, then test fitting combinations together, and cutting, drilling and grinding until reaching a natural-looking fit. The workshop bench usually has a few different projects going on at any time. Sometimes, sculptures need to be put aside for months while waiting for just the right salvaged part. Making these one-of-a-kind, whimsical, found-object sculptures has allowed me to indulge my passion for creating art, while giving new life to discarded objects, and perhaps preserving a bit of industrial history.”

More Tal’ robot artwork can be found here.

Talbotics by Tal Avitzur

 

Talbotics by Tal Avitzur

Talbotics by Tal Avitzur

Talbotics by Tal Avitzur

Talbotics by Tal Avitzur

Talbotics by Tal Avitzur

Talbotics by Tal Avitzur

Talbotics by Tal Avitzur

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