The show will also include smaller works by fellow robot artists David Chung, Aaron Jasinski, Gabe Lanza, Geoffrey Gersten, Joshua Ellingson, Lawrence Yang, Shaunna Peterson, and Wade Schin.
Until the show closes on November 7, Gallery1988 will evoke an old-time carnival, replete with popcorn and candy floss.
"Sly, playful, seductive, and humorous, the works in this exhibition transport us into a parallel world filled with mechanical imitations of our selves," said Gallery1988. "Rather than being completely mechanised beings that humans have fast become reliant on, the satirical characters in Robot Carnival give us space to imagine and play."
Image: All carnies will be replaced by robots, by Dave Pressler
Image: The Eyeball Kid, by Mark Bryan
Image: Big Pointy Teeth, by Lawrence Yang
Image: American Robots, by Geoffrey Gersten
Image: Punchbot, by Mark Bryan
Image: The Mint, by Geoffrey Gersten
Image: The Collectors, by Mark Bryan
Image: Carnival Barker by Wadeschin
Image: Mona and the Metal Men, by Mark Bryan
Image: Mermaidomatic by Dave Pressler
Image: Fight Club by Geoffrey Gersten
Image by Aaron Jasinski
Image: Atomated Evil by Dave Pressler
Image: Offering, by Lawrence Yang
Image: The most uncomfortable show on earth, by Dave Pressler
Image: Robot Rescue, by Mark Bryan
Image by Gabe Lanza
Image: The Wedding, by Mark Bryan