On Saturday 10th November, RANDOM INTERNATIONAL will take part in The Phillips Collection’s annual International Forum, exploring the theme NATURE + ART + CLIMATE + CHANGE.
The International Forum is rooted in The Phillips Collection’s aim to contribute to the global conversation through the language of modern and contemporary art. A joint presentation with the University of Maryland, this year’s dialogue will bring together leaders across disciplines to discuss the great implications and meaning of "Nature + Art + Climate + Change."
Hannes and Flo will present ideas and works, before entering into a discussion with Dr. Hester Baer (Associate Professor and Head of the German Department, UMD). Other participants include the artist Meg Webster and Henry Elkus (CEO of Helena), who will be in discussion with Dr. Robert Orr (Dean of the School of Public Policy UMD and former Assistant Secretary-General for Policy Planning, United Nations). Conversations will explore shared perspectives on the increasingly significant role artists are playing in discourse about the environment today.
For more information and tickets: https://www.phillipscollection.org/events/2018-11-10-international-forum
RANDOM INTERNATIONAL is delighted to announce that we will be taking part in Art Night with the unveiling of our first permanent outdoor installation in London: Self and Other (for the Albert Embankment). Performances by Studio Wayne McGregor will activate the piece throughout the night.
Join us on the Albert Embankment Plaza on July 7th from 6pm.
Further informational available via the Art Night website, 2018.artnight.london
29 April 2018
Sharjah Art Foundation has opened Rain Room (2012), marking its Middle East debut. A site-specific installation by Random International, Rain Room will be permanently sited in Sharjah’s Al Majarrah Park.
Random International, Rain Room, 2012. Exhibited at Sharjah Art Foundation, 2018.
Image courtesy of Sharjah Art Foundation
3 May 2018, 4pm - 6pm
Comprising four days and nights of talks, music, and exhibition, &and is a worldwide collage of +100 thinkers, inventors, entrepreneurs & artists of all backgrounds. This inaugural edition will explore the impact of health, tech & creativity on future city life.
Flo joins Emily Segal, Kenric McDowell, Samir Bantal, and Marco Bevolo to discuss "Identity, Innovation & Creativity: Urban Futures” on 3 May 2018 from 4pm—6pm.
More information at www.andleuven.com
20 April - 14 October 2018
This solo exhibition, the studio’s first in Asia, considers ideas of simulation, decision-making, and automation in an immediate and sensory way. Encompassing both new work and more established pieces, the exhibition marks the return of Rain Room (2012) to the Yuz Museum, following its debut in Asia in 2015. This is the first time that Rain Room will be shown alongside other works by Random International. Like Rain Room, each of the works generates its own environment, to which visitors are invited to respond on their own terms. Everything & Nothing invites visitors to re-experience and re-examine the physical spaces that represent our relationship with technology. These spaces relate to both lived and speculative perceptions of an increasingly automated environment, and how natural phenomena and human behaviour can shape the world.
8 - 9 February 2018
RANDOM INTERNATIONAL are participating in the 'The Future of Light Art’, a symposium focused on a new frontier of scientific research on the nature of light, and the impact it will have on artistic possibilities. Hannes and Flo will give a lecture on 8th February at 4:30pm and they will also be speaking at the concluding panel discussion. Taking place at ZKM, the symposium is free and open to the public. It is also available via livestream
Until 11 November, 2-9pm Daily
For Abu Dhabi Art’s Art & Technology initiative, RANDOM INTERNATIONAL recently ran a workshop entitled Augment Your Reality with five science & technology students at Khalifa University. The resulting proposal Instant Structure for Saadiyat is exhibited in the form of three large anaglyphic prints in Hall X1, Manarat Al Saadiyat. Special glasses are available for viewing. To complement the propositional nature of the workshop’s outcome, the studio is exhibiting the 2012 responsive sculpture Future Self in the main entrance of the fair, courtesy of Pace Gallery and Galerie Brigitte Schenk with thanks to Studio Wayne McGregor. .
10 – 28 August 2017
The studio’s latest work, Zoologicalpremieres in Wayne McGregor’s +/- Human this August at London’s Roundhouse. A unique experience fusing contemporary art and dance, +/- Human creates a meeting of technology, bodies and new music from iconic electronic music label Warp Records. Lurching through extreme sonic worlds, the sculpture converges with human movement to create an immersive choreographic experience performed by dancers from Company Wayne McGregor and The Royal Ballet.