Oribotics [lab] Technical

Oribotics [lab] Technical

The following information is for exhibitors / galleries / festivals, regarding the requirements for showing oribotics.


The information is indicative of what is required for a show. The installation is very flexible and can be shown in a range of scales / formats / complexities.


If you have further questions contact [email protected]




Installation Diagram PDF


Time

Oribotics installation: 3 days with artist & 2 crew/assistants

Sound installation: 1 day with sound tech.


Shipping

Oribots

2 x crates [140 x 100 x 40cm, approx weight 40kg ] for oribots

All oribots are shipped and packed into custom made crates, these may be kept in storage with no heavy objects placed onto the crates.


Computers

3 x apple mac mini computers, pack into original packaging. May travel with artist.


 


 


Technical & Exhibition Requirements

Oribots

15 x oribots (artist to supply)

3 x oribot power adapters & power cables (artist to supply)

Oribotics toolbox (artist to supply).


Computers

3 x apple mini macs (artist to supply)

1 x airport express wireless router (artist to supply)


Monitors

1 x monitor - Flat screen wall mountable preferred.


Internet

http access, via ethernet or wireless access.


Sound

4 channel stereo mixer

3 x 1m stereo mini jack to RCA cables (for computer to mixer)

8 speakers, positioned evenly around the rooms perimeter

Speaker cabling


Projection & mounting points

3 x data projectors (1800+ ANSI lumens)

3 x ceiling or rig mounting points for projectors, with 45º mirrors

3 x 20m VGA cables


Secure room for computer/controlling hardware

Mains power supply

Small desk/table for computers, and mixer.


Environment

Darkened 50 sq metre area (preferred approximate area 10 x 5m sq)

The installation is flexible, and can be adapted to suit a variety of spaces. Oribots are shown in multiples of 5.


Power

Domestic power supply is sufficient

Extension leads




We acknowledge the Wuthaurong people on whose lands we live and work. Sovereignty was never ceded and we pay our respect to past, present, and future Aboriginal elders and community, and to their long and rich history of artmaking on this Country.