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Dale Adcock

Faig Ahmed

Hurvin Anderson

Scott Anderson

Fabio Lattanzi Antinori

Michael Armitage

Luke Armitstead

Lello // Arnell

Francis Bacon

Cornelia Baltes

Simon Belleau

Joshua Bilton

Alison Blickle

Benjamin Brett

Andrew Brischler

Carla Busuttil

Scott Carter

James Clarkson

Mikey Cook

Kevin Cooley

Elizabeth Corkery

Daniel Crews-Chubb

Øystein Dahlstrøm

Blake Daniels

Fleur Van Dodewaard

Tomory Dodge

Antoine Donzeaud

Zavier Ellis

Amir Fattal

Madeline Von Forerster

Ruth Freeman

Robert Fry

Anthony Goicolea

Jonny Green

Pablo Griss

Eckart Hahn

Felicity Hammond

Byzantia Harlow

Neil Harrison

Clinton Hayden

Colleen Heslin

Oliver Hickmet

Aaron Holz

Edward Hopley

Gary Hume

Christoffer Joergensen

Tamara K.E

Olivier Kosta-Thefaine

Olaf Kuhnemann

Bruce LaBruce

Janneke Van Leeuwen

Tomáš Libertíny

Gijs Van Lith

Tom Lovelace

Kate Lyddon

Nigel Massey

Roberto & Renato Miaz

Jenny Morgan

Ryan Mosley

Benjamin Murphy

Jose Carlos Naranjo

Regina Nieke

Sarah Pager

Selma Parlour

Yelena Popova

Martine Poppe

Tony Romano

Lou Ros

Alan Sastre

Sebastian Schrader

Andrew Sendor

Dominic Shepherd

Pawel Sliwinski

Berndnaut Smilde

Evren Sungur

Shaan Syed

Struan Teague

Alexander Tinei

Kristian Touborg

Luke Turner

Alain Urrutia

Dan Voinea

Mathew Weir

Jack West

Jonathan Zawada

Fabio Lattanzi Antinori

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The Abyss (with Alicja Pytlewska), 2013, resin, steel, microprocessor, acrylic.
The Four Sisters 2011 Kinetic costume sculpture. Screenprinted and shredded historical share prices of the four most influential banks of the UK, fiberglass, plaster, expanded foam, glue, arduino, fan.


 



FABIO LATTANZI ANTINORI (b. 1971, Italy) Fabio Lattanzi Antinori's work is concerned with the individual and the group from a social, historical and cultural perspective and it focuses on the existing relationships between corporate systems, notions of power and control and the language of the interior in the postmodern society. His practice traverses the territory of popular culture in the age of mass information with a specific interest in the sacred role of data, seen as a critical tool to provide an interpretation of reality and an attempt to objectify it.  His work has been exhibited internationally in galleries and museums including the V&A in London, the Benaki Museum in Athens, the Royal Institute of British Architects, the Biennal de Valencia, the Gallery of Modern Art in Rome and Beers.Lambert Contemporary in London. From initial studies in philosophy, architecture, music and typography, he has developed a visual language ranging from kinetic sculptures to screen print, photography, performance, video and installations.  He is currently finishing his second year at the MFA Computational Studio Arts at Goldsmiths in London, where he currently lives and works.



 


 



FABIO LATTANZI ANTINORI (b. 1971, Italy) Fabio Lattanzi Antinori's work is concerned with the individual and the group from a social, historical and cultural perspective and it focuses on the existing relationships between corporate systems, notions of power and control and the language of the interior in the postmodern society. His practice traverses the territory of popular culture in the age of mass information with a specific interest in the sacred role of data, seen as a critical tool to provide an interpretation of reality and an attempt to objectify it.  His work has been exhibited internationally in galleries and museums including the V&A in London, the Benaki Museum in Athens, the Royal Institute of British Architects, the Biennal de Valencia, the Gallery of Modern Art in Rome and Beers.Lambert Contemporary in London. From initial studies in philosophy, architecture, music and typography, he has developed a visual language ranging from kinetic sculptures to screen print, photography, performance, video and installations.  He is currently finishing his second year at the MFA Computational Studio Arts at Goldsmiths in London, where he currently lives and works.