Life in a Different Resolution
A solo exhibition by postdigital art group Random International

‘Life in a Different Resolution’ invites you to explore human and machine through two decades of groundbreaking creations by post-digital art group Random International.

Curated by Bogomir Doringer, the selected artworks challenge conventional notions of human consciousness and explore how technology can shape its future evolution.

As you journey through this retrospective, you’ll encounter large-scale art installations delving into the blurred lines between humanity, nature, and artificial intelligence, prompting reflection on what it means to be human today.

Born out of a serendipitous meeting between German artists Hannes Koch (b. 1975) and Florian Ortkrass (b. 1975) at London’s Brunel University, Random International has evolved into a multidisciplinary studio pushing the boundaries of art, science, and technology.

Extra Credits:
Studies of Apparent Behavior, Fritz Heider and Marianne Simmel, 1943 HD digital video from 16mm reversal film
Courtesy: Moving Image Research Collections, University of South Carolina (gift by Karl Heider)


Presence and Erasure

Our Future Selves

Life In Our Minds: Motherflock / II

Swarm Study XIII

Living Room

Fifteen Points


27 September 2023 - 29 September 2024

Curated by:

Bogomir Doringer