site installations



The Dept. Of Robot Ethnology’s ROOM OF CONNECTION 

Permanent Commissions & Gallery Shows

Map Wall
Map Wall

Map Wall The Dept. Of Robot Ethnology’s ROOM OF CONNECTION A permanent installation of sculptures and drawings by Inga Hamilton for Queen's University Computer Science Building, Belfast. The room is a permanent installation designed to inspire robotics students. You can see the whole video at https://youtu.be/paULKy3K7bI

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Medicine Cabinet Wall
Medicine Cabinet Wall

Medicine Cabinet Wall The Dept. Of Robot Ethnology’s ROOM OF CONNECTION A permanent installation of sculptures and drawings by Inga Hamilton for Queen's University Computer Science Building, Belfast. The room is a permanent installation designed to inspire robotics students. You can see the whole video at https://youtu.be/paULKy3K7bI

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Women Roboticists' Wall
Women Roboticists' Wall

Women Roboticists' & 1970's Transformers' Disguise Kit Wall The Dept. Of Robot Ethnology’s ROOM OF CONNECTION A permanent installation of sculptures and drawings by Inga Hamilton for Queen's University Computer Science Building, Belfast. The room is a permanent installation designed to inspire robotics students. You can see the whole video at https://youtu.be/paULKy3K7bI

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Gobekli Tepe & Dwarka Cyborgs
Gobekli Tepe & Dwarka Cyborgs

Gobekli Tepe & Dwarka Cyborgs The Dept. Of Robot Ethnology’s ROOM OF CONNECTION A permanent installation of sculptures and drawings by Inga Hamilton for Queen's University Computer Science Building, Belfast. The room is a permanent installation designed to inspire robotics students. You can see the whole video at https://youtu.be/paULKy3K7bI

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MamaMotherboard
MamaMotherboard

MamaMotherboard The Dept. Of Robot Ethnology’s ROOM OF CONNECTION A permanent installation of sculptures and drawings by Inga Hamilton for Queen's University Computer Science Building, Belfast. The room is a permanent installation designed to inspire robotics students. You can see the whole video at https://youtu.be/paULKy3K7bI

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Staff Handle
Staff Handle

Staff Handle The Dept. Of Robot Ethnology’s ROOM OF CONNECTION A permanent installation of sculptures and drawings by Inga Hamilton for Queen's University Computer Science Building, Belfast. The room is a permanent installation designed to inspire robotics students. You can see the whole video at https://youtu.be/paULKy3K7bI

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Robot Terracotta Warrior
Robot Terracotta Warrior

Robot Terracotta Warrior The Dept. Of Robot Ethnology’s ROOM OF CONNECTION A permanent installation of sculptures and drawings by Inga Hamilton for Queen's University Computer Science Building, Belfast. The room is a permanent installation designed to inspire robotics students. You can see the whole video at https://youtu.be/paULKy3K7bI

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BabyBidBot
BabyBidBot

BabyBidBot. The Dept. Of Robot Ethnology’s ROOM OF CONNECTION A permanent installation of sculptures and drawings by Inga Hamilton for Queen's University Computer Science Building, Belfast. The room is a permanent installation designed to inspire robotics students. You can see the whole video at https://youtu.be/paULKy3K7bI

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Ötzi Cyborg Yeti Suit
Ötzi Cyborg Yeti Suit

Ötzi Cyborg Yeti Suit The Dept. Of Robot Ethnology’s ROOM OF CONNECTION A permanent installation of sculptures and drawings by Inga Hamilton for Queen's University Computer Science Building, Belfast. The room is a permanent installation designed to inspire robotics students. You can see the whole video at https://youtu.be/paULKy3K7bI

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Gobekli Tepe Cyborg
Gobekli Tepe Cyborg

Gobekli Tepe Cyborg The Dept. Of Robot Ethnology’s ROOM OF CONNECTION A permanent installation of sculptures and drawings by Inga Hamilton for Queen's University Computer Science Building, Belfast. The room is a permanent installation designed to inspire robotics students. You can see the whole video at https://youtu.be/paULKy3K7bI

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2018 The Dept. of Robot Ethnology’s

ROOM OF CONNECTION

A permanent installation of imaginary sculptures and drawings by Inga Hamilton for Queen’s University, Computer Science Building, Belfast.

The room is a permanent installation, open to the public, designed to inspire
robotics students to think. In a more creative, less anthropocentric way.

View a ‘walkabout’ video of the installation and all its sculptural artworks by clicking the button.

 

 

Inga's textile and ceramic installations and inhabitable sculptures have shown internationally in galleries and museums in
New York, Chicago, Dublin and London.


For commissions, exhibitions, or if you are interested in representing Inga's work,

then please get in touch by clicking the button.
 

Creating on the island of Ireland, exhibiting worldwide.