Fabio Lattanzi Antinori
I have studied with Marina Abramovic at the PS1 Summer School in New York (2012) and graduated from Goldsmiths (2013) with an MFA in Computational studio Arts (distinction). I had a key solo show at the Museum für angewandte Kunst (Vienna, 2013); selected group shows comprehend the Open Data Institute (London, 2012), the Contemporary Art Terminal (Shenzen, 2013), Beers Contemporary (London, 2013), the V&A London (London, 2014), the Museum of Contemporary Cuts (on-line, 2015), the Watermans Arts Centre (London, 2014 and 2015), Arebyte Gallery (2014), the Guest Projects (London, 2015), Sound invasions (New York University, 2015), Heaven is a Place where Nothing ever Happens (PiArtworks Gallery, London 2015), Sonic Patterns (Kaunas Biennale, 2015).
Upcoming shows comprehend a solo show at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery (London, September 2016), the participation in the Hangzhou Triennial of Fiber Art (Hangzhou, August 2016) and a solo show at the MoCA Shanghai Pavilion (Shanghai, September 2016).
Previous exhibitions also include the Benaki Museum in Athens, the Biennial of Valencia, the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna and the Museum of Palazzo Venezia in Rome,
I was selected for the Florence Trust residency (London, 2014), for the Guest Project residency (London, 2015) and for the SPACE CoLAB residency (London, 2015); I was awarded the A-N Travel Bursary for Extraordinary and Inspirational Research in 2016, the Artist International Development Fund from the Arts Council and the British Council in 2015, the Goldsmiths Fund in 2013.
Key commissions include Contours (AHRC and the Museum für angewandte Kunst in Vienna, 2013-14), IL (City of Rome, 2013), Microflashcrash (Watermans Arts Centre, 2014), Dataflags (V&A 2014), Production Methods (Watermans Arts Centre 2015).
I have participated in talks at the Kaunas Bienniale, Watermans, PiArtworks Gallery, University of the Arts London, Chisenhale Studios, 100% Design, the Bucharest Biennial, the Centre for Creative Collaboration, Arebyte Gallery and the V&A.