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. Open daily 2- 9pm until 11 November.
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The studio’s latest work, Zoological premieres 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.
10 – 28 AUGUST 2017
Dance performances every Friday and Saturday
11 May – 18 November
Palazzo Franchetti, San Marco
We are delighted to announce that Swarm Study (Glass) / I will be exhibited for the first time at Glasstress 2017 during the 57th Venice Biennale courtesy Pace Gallery and Galerie Brigitte Schenk.
A point of departure from the on-going series, the work captures illuminated collective behaviour between sheets of glass. Recent paths of inquiry into distributed intelligence and spontaneous order have imbued this swarm with a new sense of ambiguity.
Random International is no longer based at The Gasworks. You can now find us at our brilliant new studio in Balham:
Units 12 – 13 Zennor Trade Park,
London SW12 0PS
Our new phone number is
+44 (0) 208 673 5497