EXECUTIVE CHAIR: PRODUCTION METHODS: WORKSHOPS
MAKING ART IN THE AGE OF ALGORITHM
FABIO LATTANZI ANTINORI
Dataflags: Lehmann Brothers
Somerset paper, screenprint, data from the last ten years of Lehman Brothers’ financial trading, electric paint, soundsystem, custom code, voice soprano (Madge).
FREENovember 7, 14:00 - 17:00
Watermans Art Centre, London
Join artist Fabio Lattanzi Antinori for a practically led workshop examining the use of financial data in building artworks. Using data from open source and private sources Fabio will work with participants to explore how to be creative by using the Production Methods exhibition and working space as reference, as well as injecting participants' individual experiences into creative outcomes.
The event is free and open to all, please email to book: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fabio Lattanzi Antinori's practice traverses a range of mediums including sculpture, print and interactive installations. His work examines the language of power and control of corporate systems and its effect on the belief systems of the individual. Through his practice he aims to explore the mystical and almost supernatural mechanism by which the dominant political and economic power shapes reality and ultimately informs notions of faith and trust in the society at large.
Fabio was selected for the PS1 Summer School in 2012 to study with Marina Abramovic and graduated from Goldsmiths with a Master in Fine Arts Computational Technologies (distinction) in 2013.
He has just participated in the Kaunas Biennial 2015; forthcoming exhibitions include Production methods, curated by Ozden Sahin, at the Watermans Arts Centre in London. His work has been exhibited at the Victoria & Albert Museum London, the Museum für angewandte Kunst Vienna, The Guest Projects, PiArtworks, Museum of Contemporary Cuts and Beers contemporary.
He lives and works in London.