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Artist Talk: Fabio Lattanzi Antinori

Artist Talk: Fabio Lattanzi Antinori

Date: 31st January 2019, 7:30pm

Location: East London Printmakers

During the talk Fabio will present a selection of the most recent collaborative artworks I produced over the last few years, working with engineers, designers, financial data analysts, perfumers and fortune tellers.
I will discuss In particular how a culture of exchange, open-source tools and collective DIYism is affecting artists’s relationship with technology and the notion of authorship in art production.
And how this can make up for an enriching and transformative experience.
The last part of my presentation will focus on the challenges and benefits of my residency at the MMCA Seoul and it will introduce the artwork I created while there.

Artist Bio.

Working across a range of mediums including sculpture, print, poetry and interactive installations, Fabio Lattanzi Antnori’s work examines the language of power and control of corporate systems and its effect on the belief systems of the individual. He graduated from Goldsmiths (2013) with an MFA in Computational studio Arts. Antinori’s work has been exhibited internationally in museums and galleries, among which SeMA Seoul Museum of Art, V&A London, Holon Design Museum, The RYDER projects, PiArtworks, Annka Kultys, MoCA Shanghai, Hangzhou Triennial of Fiber Art, Kaunas Biennial, MAK Museum Vienna.
Antinori lives and works in London.



Lorena Herrero

Artist Bio

Lorena Herrero is a Spanish printmaker who lives and works in London. Her work has been exhibited throughout London and the UK in numerous occasions and has work in collections at the V&A and selected for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2018.

Her first approach to Intaglio, and more specifically Etching, explores the scope and the potential of the medium and her work is influenced from various sources and often represent a mixture between a realistic world and a fantastic dimension where nature and urban spaces come together.

Geometry continues to be a great source of inspiration in her work, and concepts such as lines, forms, symmetry and asymmetry, shapes and dimensions. Study the repetition of lines in regular or irregular intervals to create complex compositions, how to find order and balance in each composition and how to break that balance. Although these ideas are all present but there is also an element of unpredictability and randomness which adds flexibility and, to certain extend, loss of control over the composition.

Lorena has been a member of East London Printmaking for several years and often represents ELP in groups exhibitions and Art fairs.