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ArtBots Entry Form

Please note: We are no longer accepting entries for this year's show.

The second annual international ArtBots: The Robot Talent Show will take place at EYEBEAM Gallery in New York City on July 12-13, 2003. Creators of talented robots are invited to submit their work for possible inclusion in the show. For more information on the show and the kinds of work we're looking for, please see the rest of this site, including About ArtBots and the ArtBots FAQs.

The deadline for entries is March 15th, 2003.

To submit your robot for consideration, please fill out the following form and send it to either:


c/o Douglas Repetto
632 W 125th st.
318 Prentis hall
New York, NY
10027 USA

Entries must be postmarked/emailed by March 15th, 2003. There is no entry fee.

Please note: simply sending us a link to a web page is not enough. Please carefully fill out the form and provide additional documentation as requested below.

We will send you confirmation via email when we receive your entry. Have fun!

The Second Annual International
ArtBots: The Robot Talent Show
Entry Form


Contact name and email address:

Who is involved in the project?

Where are you based?

Describe your entry's talents:

Ideally, how would your work be presented?

Is this a completed work, or is it still being designed/built?

If it is still in the planning stages, what is your timeline for completing the piece?

What are the physical dimensions of the work and its operating area?

How is your work powered? Does it have any special power needs?

Does your work require access to any resources (other than electrical power) that you cannot provide yourself? (e.g. a sound system, video projector, net access, special lighting, compressed air, running water, etc.)

How long does it take you to set up your work, and how difficult is it to set up?

Has the piece traveled before? Do you foresee any problems transporting the work?

How long can your piece run reliably? Can it run continuously for several hours over the course of several days? Does it need frequent maintenance? Can it be set up in a gallery and left to run on its own? (These questions are to help us plan space/staff/resource needs. Don't worry, even highly unstable, unpredictable, and failure-prone work will be considered for the show.)

List any elements of your work that are potentially dangerous or may cause fire/safety code problems in indoor spaces (gas engine, fire, hazardous chemicals, projectiles, etc.):

Is there anything else you think we should know about your work?

IMPORTANT: In addition to the above form, please provide documentation (photos, video, sounds, plans, etc.) of the work. HTML links, email attachments, or hardcopy enclosures are all acceptable.

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