In the small hours of the next five nights, things that absolutely will not go bump in the night will be roaming the galleries of
After Dark will use four robots - which move at surprising speed despite looking like the love children of a close encounter between a coat rack and a standard lamp - to let the public experience the eerie thrill of visiting the sleeping art. It has won the first IK Prize for a project that widens access to art through digital technology.
Created by design studio The Workers, After Dark was rescued from oblivion by
Burton expects virtual visitors to be gripped by the idea of sharing such an unusual experience. "After all, who hasn't dreamed of wandering through a museum, alone, at night?"
When the project goes live, at
Although only a few people will be able to operate them - with the design team on hand backstage to intervene or cut short a session in case of disaster or dullness - anyone will be able watch their progress via live stream.
The Workers won a pounds 10,000 prize and a pounds 60,000 development budget - and both the gallery and the design team are already wondering what the robots could do next.
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OCTOBER 31, 2014
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