What happens when art and robots meet? That question is why Andrea Anner and her husband and business partner, Thibault Brevet, started their collaborative practice – aptly named AATB – last year. Both graduates from the prestigious ECAL Art School in Switzerland – she with an MA in Art Direction: Type Design and he with an MA in Visual Arts – Anner and Brevet’s foray into industrial automation has developed around the idea of “Non-Industrial Robotics.” But what does that mean? How about getting a robot to brush your hair? Or blow bubbles to entertain your child while you make dinner? AATB is a business being formed based on opportunities given, not opportunities sought – and it couldn’t have been done without Universal Robots’ (UR) help.