About CyberCraft Robots
CyberCraft Robots’ award winning sculptures are part of three traveling museum exhibitions. They are collected internationally by both private and corporate entities.
Our sculptures are constructed using mechanical connections – no adhesives, no soldering or welding. This means the components are bolted and riveted together. There are often multiple levels of structure inside the sculpture that one cannot see, but which are necessary to create the polished and effortless “these parts belong together” feel which is a hallmark of CyberCraft Robots.
These pieces and their accompanying stories comment on the human condition, while adding to the growing CyberCraft Robots mythology (see below). Though made of metal our Robots are beings, not simply things. (click an image above for a better view)
At CyberCraft Robots, our Orbiting Laboratory allows us to search local star systems for Artifacts from the Future.
Many of the ordinary looking objects around you are actually fragments of disassembled Robots, Rayguns, and Spaceships! Our mission is to collect these seemingly mundane items and reassemble them into the marvelous Artifacts they were intended to be.
In addition to rebuilding an Artifact, our researchers endeavor to uncover the relic’s history. No new discovery is released to the public until its story can be told. The narrative becomes part of the piece, and no piece is complete without it.
Each CyberCraft Robots sculpture is identified with a metal logo nameplate. In addition, each bears a Mysterious Symbol, passed down by Robotkind for millennia.
CyberCraft Robots work aboard an Orbiting Laboratory, under the leadership of their Primary Robot Creator, Sarah Thee Campagna. The Laboratory’s planetside base is in the Tampa Bay area of Florida.