Presented By Kaleider

Robot Selfie

Part of Healing Together

10 & 11 September, 9am-7pm

What to Expect: Participate


What happens when you give a robot a can of spray paint and a giant canvas? Robot Selfie is a collaboration between audience, artificial intelligence, and art – upload a selfie for the robot to draw and see your face emerge automatically, yet haphazardly, amongst a sea of others. As the robot draws, strangers form a crowd on the canvas, separate yet together, reminding us that through all the poetry and chaos, we’re all connected. 

Upload your selfie here and become part of the installation!

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Watch Robot Selfie In Action


Site Access

Site access information can be found on the Healing Together page.

Show Access


  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Assistance Dogs Welcome
  • Audio Described (Digital)

Access content will be available online via your mobile phone. Please bring a charging pack if you are concerned about battery use.


Large-print and Easy Read versions of the festival brochure will be available to download in advance or to pick up on the day. Visit our Access page for more information.

BSL interpreted description and Audio Description about the show is available on the Healing Together page.

Where to find it

Robot Selfie will be performed as part of Healing Together in General Gordon Square, Woolwich Town Centre, Woolwich, SE18 6FH.

About the company

Kaleider is an international production studio based in Exeter, UK, led by artist Seth Honnor. It plays on the edges of installation, live performance and digital to produce artworks for audiences around the world. The studio delivers a range of innovation and production programmes that support individuals and companies working in the Creative Industries.

Supported by

Kaleider is an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation and supported by Exeter City Council. R&D investment through Without Walls Blueprint.

Robot Selfie is supported by Without Walls and commissioned by Brighton Festival and Norfolk & Norwich Festival.

Healing Together is supported by Arts Council England, Royal Greenwich Festivals, Royal Docks and Newham Unlocked.


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