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Little Lost Robot – Bath Spa University

Little Lost Robot CIC is a not-for-profit collective of social practice artists. They make immersive, interactive, digital and playable art that strives to bring visibility to the risks to the standard of living for othered communities.

We demystify the uses of creative technology to reimagine everyday life that is accommodating to the scope of needs felt by real people. We present an accessible vision of the future that is gloriously humane in all its messy domestic parts.

Juliet Webb, Director, Little Lost Robot


Little Lost Robot CIC and Bath Spa University collaborate to produce inclusive research and development projects embedded within the community. These aim to codesign better futures with real people and facilitate pathways into reshaping our local communities in Bath and North East Somerset, with accessibility and opportunities for progression at the core of the design process. Little Lost Robot CIC is a resident at the Studio in Bath, Bath Spa University’s award-winning city centre home for enterprise and innovation. In addition, little Lost Robot CIC and BSU facilitate the management of In the Meanwhile spaces in Bath and North East Somerset. Finally, they are opening the doors of vacant spaces to host artwork and events that bring together students of BSU and audiences of local people and visitors to Bath.

Opportunities for students

Little Lost Robot CIC offers student placements and opportunities to collaborate with participants to make large-scale outdoor robotic and mechanical artworks and learn new skills like creative welding and metalwork fabrication, creative production and inclusion practice. Little Lost Robot CIC and BSU work together to create opportunities for exhibiting work, testing skills and ideas with community steering groups, gathering research data, skills and confidence building and progressions towards employment. In addition, there are opportunities for filmmaking, photography, media communications and graphic design students to produce work. 


By using creative technology to fuse approachable art and design with digital programming to discuss issues around inclusion and belonging, Little Lost Robot CIC  has designed and built custom installation artworks for exhibits by clients like Chester Zoo, Hampton Court Palace and Wakehurst Kew Royal Botanical Gardens.

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