MACHINES and robots take centre stage at Kinetica Art Fair - a showcase of artwork that becomes animated through movement, sound, light and time to have a life of its own.
Exhibits will mesh science, art and design together into unique installations and sculptures - think of hybrids of man, animal and machine - and other entrancing visual art pieces.
Take a trip down the Met line to Baker Street Tube to see poledancing robots built from scrap, a lamp that acts like a carnivous plant by devouring insects and a dancer interacting with light effects in an extraordinary staged performance.
Thanks to Kinetica Museum, the developers of the event, the Observer has two pairs of tickets to the event to give away.
Kinetica Art Fair takes place from Saturday February 28 to Monday March 2 at P3, a 14,000sq ft former concrete testing facility located under the University of Westminster that has been converted into the capital's newest mulit-disciplinary art space.
Tickets to the event only are £5, while a performance ticket - giving access to the fair plus performances - is £12 (£10 concessions).
Art lovers, or the insanely curious, can pick up weekend passes for £20 or splash out £15 for tickets to the VIP opening performance event, which is being held between 8pm and 10.30pm on the Friday.
Drop by the Kinetica Art Fair between 10am and 10pm on the Saturday, 11am and 10pm on the Sunday and 9am to 4pm on the Monday.
See the show for FREE
FOR YOUR chance to win one of two pairs of complementary art fair-only tickets to Kinetic Art Fair, just answer the following question correctly:
Q: What the is the name of the venue where Kinetica Art Fair is taking place?
Send your answer by e-mail, with your name, address and a daytime contact number, by 5pm on Wednesday February 19 to: firstname.lastname@example.org Usual TMS rules apply.