This stunning animated sculpture at the Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City is made entirely from fully-operational robots, grotesque skeletal bird-men scuttling across the table, several of the disciples chattering with their mesh jaws, glinting with their stripped steel writsts, exchanging notes on good and evil and interacting with various objects of the techno-occult. The 20-foot-long immersive installation The Last Supper by Giles Walker is only up through Sep. 22 and is on the other coast, but that won’t stop us from drooling over the masterpiece. In tone, it resembles Erik Sanko’s The Fortune Teller production at the HERE art center a few years ago, but without the puppets. Just glorious animatronic nightmares. “The Last Supper,” Giles Walker, Through Sep. 22, Corey Helford Gallery, Culver City (Photos: Juztapoz)