Random International, ‘Blur Mirror’, 2016, Pace Gallery

About Random International

Founded in 2005 by Hannes Koch and Florian Ortkrass, Random International is a collaborative studio for experimental practice within contemporary art based in London and Berlin. Questioning aspects of human identity and technology in the post-digital age, Random International’s work invites active participation. Past projects include Temporary Printing Machine (2011), a reactive UV screen that takes transient portraits of the viewer and Rain Room (2012), an immersive, large-scale environment of responsive rainfall.

German, b. 2002, based in London, United Kingdom

Exhibition Highlights

2016
Grüntuch Ernst Lab, 
Berlin, Germany,
Swarm Study / IX
2016
Museum of Science and Industry, 
Manchester, United Kingdom,
Wonder Materials
2016
Le Laboratoire, 
Cambridge, United States,
150 Milliseconds
2015
Shanghai,

Solo Shows

2016
Grüntuch Ernst Lab, 
Berlin, Germany,
Swarm Study / IX
2016
Museum of Science and Industry, 
Manchester, United Kingdom,
Wonder Materials
2016
Le Laboratoire, 
Cambridge, United States,
150 Milliseconds
2015
Shanghai,
2015
Los Angeles Museum of Art, LACMA, 
Los Angeles, United States,
Rain Room
2014
Lunds Konsthall, 
Lund, Sweden,
Studies in Motion
2014
RH Contemporary Art, 
New York, United States,
Swarm Light
2013
EXPO 1 at MoMA PS1, 
New York, United States,
Rain Room
2012
Barbican, 
London, United Kingdom,
Rain Room at The Curve
2012
Carpenters Workshop Gallery, 
Paris, France,
Bevore the Rain
2010
Carpenters Workshop Gallery, 
London, United Kingdom,
The Behaviour Of Objects

Group Shows

2017
collateral exhibition during 57th Venice Biennal, Palazzo Franchetti, 
Venice, Italy,
Glasstress 2017
2012
Victoria & Albert Museum, 
London, United Kingdom,
British Design 1948 - 2012: Innovation in the Modern Age
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