The book depicts my images on aluminum panels of existing humanoid robots that are re-situated in arbitrary environments. The robots were created and manufactured for purposes of companionship to humans (sources cited in book). It is the intangible intent that is portrayed here, the proximity to the uncanny valley, where the anthropomorphized appearance of these machines can satisfy a human craving for nostalgia, affection, and relatedness that could be construed as benevolent or possibly frightening. Whether posing as a family, or solo, they are situated in ways that show their projected imagined, desired places to be. I photographed these robots March 2013, in Zurich, Switzerland, at the exposition: ROROTS ON TOUR: World Congress and Exhibition of Robots, Humanoids and Cyborgs, organized by the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Department of Informatics at the University of Zurich, at which I am an alumni resident.