July 22, Lonneke will talk at 'Design Society', in Shenzhen - a pioneering collaboration between China Merchants Shekou and the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), and China's first Design Museum - about Studio Drifts inspiration and projects. Our Fragile Future Concrete Chandelier is featured in the site-specific exhibition 'Values of Design'. More information: link.
Gordijn and Nauta engage with contemporary topics such as sustainability, the significance of natural processes for today’s environment, and issues raised by the use of augmented reality.
During this Sunday Seminar Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta of Studio Drift talk with trailblazing thinkers who are each known for their unique expertise on and exciting approach to the relationship nature-human-technology. And in two columns examples of their vibrant creative backdrop are given.
PHD bureau book launch: How an Object becomes a Symbol?
The presentation of the book series How an Object becomes a Symbol will bring together the author of the project Lana Grineva, editor Olga Kosyreva, and Dutch artist Ralph Nauta, founder of Studio Drift.
16 site specific sculptures are now on display at Studio Drift’s retrospective Coded Nature at Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam until August 26th.
'Studio Drift: Coded Nature', Drift's first museum solo, shows an overview of 10 years exploring fluctuating relationships between nature, technology and man. In addition to early works, the exhibition features new, previously unseen work. The presentation shows room-filling installations, together with a selection of films, sculptures, prototypes and models.
In this documentary – the founders of Studio Drift are being followed while they are preparing themselves for their first ever museum solo.
From April 25, the Stedelijk Museum presents the exhibition 'Studio Drift: Coded Nature’ a retrospective of our work, until August 26. On display are 16 of our site specific sculptures are on discplay. April 24th we celebrate the festive opening of the first solo exhibition.
Studio Drift is represented during Art Basel in Miami Beach Dec. 6 - Dec. 10 2017.
This year's Art Basel in Miami Beach, will present the world premiere of “FRANCHISE FREEDOM – a flying sculpture by Studio Drift in partnership with BMW”.
In celebration of Art Basel in Miami Beach 2017, Studio Drift, Faena, Future\Pace and BMW will premiere FRANCHISE FREEDOM, a performative artwork at the interface between technology, science, nature and art. An autonomous flying swarm of 300 drones, each equipped with a light source, will imitate the natural phenomenon of a flock
Date Public viewings 7-10 December, 8PM – weather permitting | Final time and date will be shared on Instagram @studio.drift, @pacegallery and Facebook #bmwgroupculture Location On the beach behind the Faena Hotel, above the sea | Between 32nd and 33rd Street off Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, USA
Studio Drift is flying Flylight at Design Miami with Carpenters Workshop Gallery.
During this year´s Design Miami, Studio Drift’s artwork Flylight will be shown in the Carpenters Workshop Gallery booth.
Date 6-10 December 2017 Location Design Miami | Meridian Avenue & 19th St, Miami Beach, USA | Carpenters Workshop Gallery Booth G09
The site-specific exhibition ‘Values of Design’, which is housed in the V&A Gallery at the cultural hub ‘Design Society’, Shenzhen, China, features Studio Drifts Fragile Future Concrete Chandelier. Vistit the exhibition between 2 December 2017 – 4 August 2019
Values of Design
By identifying several key values that have been driving design processes all over the world throughout the past two centuries, the objects in the exhibition either support or question these value claims, triggering the audience to reflect on how they value design themselves.
During the 57th Venice Art Biennale 9-12 May Studio Drift participated in a panel discussion about the discussion if design is art.
Studio Drift was one of 200 designers that responded and submitted innovative projects to the open call for this year's Municipal Acquisitions. This year focuses on contemporary design. It is a tradition at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam to stage a major bi-annual survey spotlighting the latest innovations within a particular art discipline.
A jury selected 26 participants, whose work will be featured in the large-scale group exhibition Dream Out Loud that opens on 26 August. Director of the Stedelijk Museum, Beatrix Ruf will announce which works be purchased for the permanent collection later this autumn.
The selected artists and designers taking part are truly dreaming out loud, striving to create a better world as a way of retaliating against cynicism and apathy. They embrace the demands we’re facing today with a playful inventiveness.