About

We are a collective of artists and makers with a wealth of niche skills and practices, doing socially conscious creative work and events.

We blend our respective passions to make the Little Lost Robot aesthetic – art that is accessible. At our core we make immersive, digital, 3D art with recycled materials. We support a massive range of artists with varying practices at all different stages of career. Our art often discusses our otherness. Or more accurately our unity in what we share from being divided by the same systems that overlook our strengths and individuality. We take pride in our representation of neurodiverse, traveller, queer, global majority and socioeconomically restricted backgrounds.

We advocate mental wellness, inclusion and co-design in every way we can. We believe that so much is possible when you are supported to do what you love and have time and space to try out new things, to be able to fail safely and keep on trying, learning and adapting without fear of judgement. 

We have learned through experience that a successful creative career involves knowing more and doing much more, on top of crafting your creative practice. Targeted professional development is also absolutely essential, but often difficult to find and access affordably. Particularly for creative professions and especially when impacted by other considerations like caring duties and maintaining universal credit.

We support artists with developing targeted skills and knowledge in a kind and accessible way. We aim to help artists make the professional leap they need and deserve, whenever the time is right. We consciously accommodate neurodiversity, mental health, chronic illness and survivorship. Our model for equality is supporting access to what you need, in the ways that you need it, when you need it.

We do this by occupying vacant spaces, with affordable artist studios and a regular programme of free to access, drop-in making activities, and registered warm spaces. An artist residency programme. Free training courses. Community events and workshops and much more.

Who are we?

Co-Director
Ruby Sant
Co-Director
Juliet Webb
Stacey Pottinger
BSU Mentor
Stacey Pottinger
Vocal Artist & Composer Aish Ali
Vocal Artist & Composer
Aish Ali
Creative Technologist Dave Webb
Creative Technologist
Dave Webb
Creative Twerton Studio Manager Vashti Mayne
Studio Manager
@ Creative Twerton Vashti Mayne
Old Printworks Arts Studio Manager Phaedra Bolton
Studio Manager
@ Old Printworks Arts Phaedra Bolton
Design & Marketing
Jaida Salmon
Fabricator Tom Cherry
Fabricator & Technician
Tom Cherry
Fabricator & Technician
Joh Sant

Logos for Partners Arts Council England, Bath Spa University, Creativity Works , Bath and North East Somerset and West of England Combines Authority