Paul Granjon’s practice is all about possibility and alternative futures, forward-thinking and full of imagination, yet grounded in practical, achievable results.
Granjon makes robots using gathered electronic waste, recycled computer parts and self-made 3D Printers, as well as sausages, parrot toys and fake fur. In so doing, he provides an opportunity to explore the possibilities offered by home-manufacturing equipment. The viewer is a pivotal element in the success of his machines through engaging workshops, interactive gallery initiatives and, of course, remote controlled robots. As maker, user, observer and co-conspirator, the audience is offered the opportunity to consider their relationship with technology, now and in the future.