About the Artist
Technically advanced, futuristic installations are at the core of the work of UK-based Random International. The installations they develop emphasise the potential for a performative relationships between the animate (the audience) and inanimate (the object or space). The studio operates an ethos of unlicensed experimentation. Their work invites human presence to bring artificial intelligence to life. Participating in the work, and generating its response inspires a sense of wonder. Random’s work is in the collections of The Victoria and Albert Museum (London) as well as the Museum of Modern Art (New York). They have exhibited in the 2011 Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art and had a honourable mention at Prix Ars Electronica in 2007.
Established in 2005 by Parisian entrepreneurs and art devotees Loic Le Gaillard and Julien Lombrail, Carpenters Workshop Gallery is known for its discovery of bold and iconic design-art. Like many of the artists it fosters, the gallery takes a young, fresh and dynamic approach, primarily following its own aesthetic. They exhibit unique and limited edition works both by emerging and established artists, and designers.
Carpenters Workshop GaIlery is committed to making ambitious ideas work, through its daring and integrity it has cultivated strong relationships with the artists it works with. Carpenters Workshop Gallery presents the work of established artists including: Atelier Van Lieshout, Maarten Baas, Sebastian Brajkovic, Andrea Branzi, Wendell Castle, Demakersvan, Ingrid Donat, Vincent Dubourg, Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta, Johanna Grawunder, Mathieu Lehanneur, Frederik Molenschot, Nendo, Marc Quinn, Random International, Pablo Reinoso, Robert Stadler, Studio Job & Charles Trevelyan.
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