Tobey Fraley’s “The Secret Life of Robots”

Tobey Atticus Fraley, a local sculptor and painter, opened his showing of “The Secret Life of Robots” to a multitude of inquiring minds on February 21, 2014 at Pittsburgh’s Cultural Trust’s SPACE gallery.

Fraley, a resident of Washington, PA explained to me that he never had any type of weird fascination with robots, he just thought that it was a great medium to create, and there’s so much you can do from a creation standpoint, along with using electronics.

The overall feel of the exhibit is very retro.  It’s dripping with remnants of the animated film,”The Iron Giant”. I mentioned the film to Fraley, and he said, “That’s when cartoons were cartoons.”

“The Secret Life of Robots” runs until April 27th, and is free to the public, visit The SPACE website for gallery hours and visit Fraley’s site for more information on his other works.




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