150 Milliseconds reveals distinctive aspects of the studio’s experimental process and showcases the results of Random’s ongoing, unconventional residency and collaboration with Le Lab. On April 22, Random International will discuss their work with David Edwards and Nikolaus Troje of BioMotion Lab, whose work 150 Milliseconds references. Register to attend the seminar here 150 Milliseconds is open to the public at Le Lab April 22 to July 1, 2016.
Rain Room opens at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on November 1st. The exhibition of is part of LACMA’s ongoing Art + Technology initiative, a series of contemporary programs that support artists’ experiments with emerging technology. Inspired by the museum’s original Art and Technology program (1967–71), this reinvigorated initiative has celebrated several milestones to date, including the opening of the Art +Technology Lab in 2013.
For more information visit http://www.lacma.org/art/exhibition/rain-room
Aspect (white), Random International’s first projection-based work, will premiere tomorrow at lichtsicht 5.
The 10th edition of the Projection Biennale, which takes place along the graduation towers of Bad Rothenfelde from 18 September 2015 – 7 February 2016, is curated by Peter Weibel and explores the portrait as a theme.
Other artists include: Robert Wilson,William Kentridge, Eyal Gever, rosalie, Tim Otto Roth, Holger Förterer, Daniel Crooks and Ryoji Ikeda.
Random International are delighted that Rain Room will be making its debut in Asia at the Yuz Museum, Shanghai.
Rain Room is on view courtesy of the Yuz Collection who commissioned a site-specific installation of 150 sq. meters in response to the vast space of the Yuz Museum. The exhibition has been made possible by a partnership with Volkswagen Group China. This will be the most ambitious scale of the work to date.
For more information visit: http://www.yuzmshanghai.org/rain-room/
Random International is proud to be featured in FOMO, a group exhibition at Friche la Belle de Mai, Marseille from 13 May — 2 August 2015. A part of Marseille’s Spring Festival of Contemporary Art — which takes as its starting point the invention of the photographic postcard by the native entrepreneur Dominique Piazza in 1891 — FOMO examines contemporary image-based culture and its inherent social side effects; the need to be (and be seen to be) everywhere at once within today’s digital landscape, Fear Of Missing Out.