September 23 / 24: choreographic interventions by Studio Wayne McGregor with a score by Max Richter in response to Random International’s sculpture Self and Other (2016). September 23, 6 PM: You and your visual system, artist conversation with Random International and introductory remarks by Dr. Nikolaus Troje, Director of BioMotion Lab and Professor at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario. September 24, 3 PM: Gallery Without Walls, Art in the Public Realm, panel discussion with Janet Echelman, Random International and Michal Rovner, moderated by Mark Davy, CEO of FutureCity.
Exhibited together for the first time, these new works experiment with how we recognize and perceive visual information—specially as it relates to the human form, our own physical presence and its reflection.
Pace Gallery 537 West 24th Street, New York NY 10011
23 September — 22 October 2016
The gallery will present a selection of work in a variety of media by David Byrne, Alexander Calder, Tara Donovan, Donald Judd, Lee Ufan, Maya Lin, Robert Mangold, Louise Nevelson, Random International, Robert Ryman, teamLab, James Turrell and Zhang Huan.
Created following Random International’s residency at the National Graphene Institute in Manchester, Everything and Nothing is the studio’s first purely video-based work and was commissioned especially for the Wonder Materials exhibition.
Museum of Science and Industry, Liverpool Rd, Manchester M3 4FP
until 25 June 2017
An experimental take on the traditional looking glass, Blur Mirror reflects everything within view but when a person steps into the frame, their own reflection is opaque and blurred — censored in real time.
Random International’s latest work makes its debut with Pace Gallery at Art Basel Booth 5 / Hall 2.0 from 16th — 19th June.