If robots learned how to procreate, they'd probably lay eggs that look like these installations created by Israeli multimedia artist Tomer Sapir. What you're seeing here is actually made of real egg shells, along with concrete, glass, sponge, and parts of a lamp.
These eggs are made of porcelain, but they're in much better shape than the previous set of robot eggs. They're still plugged into their incubating source, and they are glowing healthily. Sapir is also known for making things like eyeball-shaped alarm clocks built into bedside tables. Top image by Yaniv Sarig and bottom image by Leonid-Padrul Kwitkowski