Behind the system

Fabio Lattanzi Antinori – Behind the system, Brun Fine Art, 38 Old Bond Street, London W1, until 28th June 2016

 And Then We Celebrated, 2015 Approx 70x50x25cm Somerset paper, screenprint, data from the last ten years of Lehman Brothers’ nancial trading, electric paint, custom supports. Edition: 2 of 5.

And Then We Celebrated, 2015 Approx 70x50x25cm
Somerset paper, screenprint, data from the last ten years of
Lehman Brothers’ nancial trading, electric paint, custom
supports. Edition: 2 of 5.

The Italian artist Fabio Lattanzi Antinori lives and works in London. The collapse in 2008 of Lehman Brothers served as the inspiration for his interactive works.  He manipulates commercial or financial data and their language to give us an unexpected but intriguing look “behind the system”.

The Abyss, 2013 2.20x1.20x1.0mt Sculpture + Data Resin, paint, microcontroller, steel, OLED display, acrylic, database containing descriptions of the cheapest goods on sale on amazon.co.uk and ebay.co.uk, an equal number of ameliorative synonyms and a selection of the most used adjectives of the last twenty years of advertising communication.

The Abyss, 2013 2.20×1.20×1.0mt
Sculpture + Data Resin, paint, microcontroller, steel, OLED
display, acrylic, database containing descriptions of the
cheapest goods on sale on amazon.co.uk and ebay.co.uk, an
equal number of ameliorative synonyms and a selection of the
most used adjectives of the last twenty years of advertising
communication.

http://www.brunfineart.com/

Belvedere, 2015 50x70cm One colour screen print on Somerset Paper 240gsm Edition: 1 of 6. Framed

Belvedere, 2015 50x70cm
One colour screen print on Somerset Paper 240gsm
Edition: 1 of 6. Framed

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