Wayne McGregor | Random Dance, Max Richter & rAndom International in Paris

28th September 2012

For FIAC Paris 2012 Wayne McGregor | Random Dance will perform an intense exploration of rAndom’s light installation Future Self, with an original score by Max Richter,

Future Self studies human movement; what it can reveal about identity and the relationship we have with our self image.  The installation mirrors movement in light, creating a three dimensional, ‘living’ sculpture from the composite gestures of those who surround it.  Music, light and the human form are unified into one immediate and emotional experience.

Performance: Thursday, October 18 2012 from 6PM at Carpenters Workshop Gallery

Carpenters Workshop Gallery Paris, with the generous support of MADE Berlin

 

Wayne McGregor | Random Dance, Max Richter & rAndom International in Paris

Sunlight Video debut

8th September 2012

Sunlight Video makes its debut, as a prototype in Swarovski’s ‘ ‘Digital Crystal’ exhibition at the Design Museum in London.

The exhibition runs until the 13th of January 2013 – further information can be found on the Design Museum’s Exhibition micro site: Digital Crystal

Sunlight Video debut

Wayne McGregor | Random Dance, Max Richter & rAndom International in London

17th August 2012

Frieze Art Fair London marks the premier of new work by Wayne McGregor | Random Dance and Max Richter inside Rain Room, a Curve installation by rAndom International.

Experience this unique fusion of art and movement as dancers respond to Rain Room.
Performances will take place on Sun 18 Nov, 2 Dec, 20 Jan, 24 Feb between 2-5pm at regular intervals.
Due to limited capacity during the performances, we are operating a first-come, first-served policy.

 

Wayne McGregor | Random Dance, Max Richter & rAndom International in London

Solo show at Carpenters Workshop Gallery Paris

28th July 2012

Before The Rain

8 September – 21 December 2012, Monday to Saturday 10am-7pm, 54 Rue De La Verrerie 75004 Paris

Since its inception, rAndom has made a significant shift in focus from the object to the experience. Before The Rain chronicles this transition through the studio’s oeuvre, simultaneously exhibited to a fuller extent than ever before, alongside new works. Before The Rain explores the studio’s development and is a nod to their most significant tipping point yet, the forthcoming exhibition at Barbican Curve, Rain Room.

Carpenters Workshop Gallery

Solo show at Carpenters Workshop Gallery Paris

Rain Room at The Curve, Barbican

28th July 2012

Random International: Rain Room
4 October 2012 – 3 March 2013
The Curve

In this daring new commission, contemporary ­art studio Random International invites you to become a performer on an extraordinary stage of perpetual rainfall, allowing you to progress through an expanse of falling droplets – incredibly – without being ‘caught in the rain’.

Through using sophisticated technology, Rain Room remains profoundly elemental and simple. The installation hints at the beauty and growing scarcity of water on the planet and encourages us to consider technology’s role in harnessing our resources.

Random International are known for their distinctive approach to digital-based contemporary art. Their experimental artworks come alive through audience interaction and staged performance.

Rain Room has been made possible through the generous support of the Maxine and Stuart Frankel Foundation for Art.

Rain Room at The Curve, Barbican