Artists who have participated in exhibitions at Griffin Gallery are featured below.
Gabriele Dini makes complex sculptures that replicate structures found in the natural world. By using ceramic to render a tooth or plastic and wax to construct honeycomb, Dini demands that his audience considers the correlative aspects of nature, manufacture and replication in the digital age. Dini is specifically interested in swarm intelligence, where an individual’s behaviour is governed by the collective in animal and insect communities. These instinctive mass movements have been studied by computer scientists since the 1950’s, informing the evolution of notions around artificial intelligence. Without denying traditional ideas of beauty and nature, Dini encourages consideration of community, labour and the systematic in the natural, technological and digital spheres.
Exhibited at Griffin Gallery in Young Gods, January 2015.
2012 – 2014 | MA Printmaking | Royal College of Art, London
2009 – 2010 | Art Science | Royal Academy of Art, Den Haag
2006 – 2009 | BA (Hons) Media Arts | Accademia di Belle Arti di Carrara, Carrara
(Last updated 13.01.2015)Share