Fabio Lattanzi Antinori works across a range of mediums including sculpture, print, text, sound, and interactive installations. Born in Rome, Italy, from initial studies in architecture and music he moved to Berlin in 2005 and then London in 2006, where he earned his MFA in Fine Arts and Computational Technology at Goldsmiths College in 2013.
            His work explores power dynamics, beliefs, and the way our perception of reality is collectively shaped and disseminated within society. He is particularly interested in the interactions between language, the narratives of data, the agency of digital technology and AI, the notion of future, and the economy.
            Recent exhibitions include: Chronicles of Future Superheroes at the Museum of Contemporary Art Bucharest and Kunsthalle Bega Timisoara; Chased by Unicorns at Pi Artworks London and Istanbul; Frieze Sculpture, Regent’s Park, London; The Cost of Your Words, commissioned by the Royal Society of Sculptors and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London; SeMA – Seoul Museum of Art; V&A, London; Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai.
            He was awarded the Lucas Artists Fellowship; the First Plinth Award by the Royal Society of Sculptors and was selected for the MMCA International Artist in Residence Program in Seoul.
            Fabio Lattanzi Antinori’s works have been included in the collections of SeMA – Seoul Museum of Art; National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea and Victoria and Albert Museum.

Born 1971 Rome IT
Lives and works in London UK


2013 Master of Fine Arts Computational Technologies, Goldsmiths, London
2012 MoMA PS1 Summer School with Marina Abramovic, New York
2007 Printmaking, Central Saint Martins, London
1994 MA Communication Art & Design, CCCA, Rome
1993 University of Architecture, La Sapienza, Rome


2024 Office Party, HS Projects, London (April)
2023 Chased By Unicorns, PiArtworks, Istanbul
2023 Spazio Taverna, cur. Daphne Vitali, Rome
2022 Chased By Unicorns, PiArtworks, London
2021 — 2023 The Cost of Your Words, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park London
2020 The Cost of Your Words, Royal Society of Sculptors, London
2018 Two Pillars and Seven Letters, SeMA Seoul Museum of Art, cur. Jimin Lee, Seoul
2016 Dear Shareholder, The RYDER Projects, cur. Bar Yerushalmi, London
2016 Fortune Tellers, MoCA Shanghai, cur. Weiwei Wang, Shanghai
2013 The Scientific Skin, cur. Thomas Geisler and Sabine Seymour. MAK Vienna


2023 Chronicles of the Future Superheroes, Museum of Contemporary Art Bucharest, curated by Anca Verona
2021 Chronicles of the Future Superheroes, Kunsthalle Bega Timisoara, curated by Anca Verona
2020 Frieze Sculpture Park, London with Pi Artworks
2020 Currency, New Media Gallery, curated by Gordon Duggan and Sarah Joice, New Westminster
2019 DEJA VU Today Art Museum, cur. Iris Long, Bejing
2019 Deep Feeling: Ai and emotions, Petach Tikva Museum of Art, cur. Nohar Ben Asher, Tel Aviv
2019 The Splendid Languages of Paper, 10th opening anniversary of Zhejiang Art Museum, Hangzhou
2019 Don’t Be Evil, Kanal Centre Pompidou, cur. Christophe De Jaeger, Bruxelles
2018 Artificially Intelligent, cur. Irini Papadimitriou, Victoria & Albert Museum London
2018 Hooked, cur. Hannah Redler, Science Gallery London
2018 Perfume Shop, The RYDER Projects, London
2018 Terms and Conditons May Apply, cur. Bob Bicknell-Knigh, Annka Kultys Gallery, London
2018 International Artist in Residence Program, MMCA National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Seoul
2018 Aesthetica Art Prize, York Art Gallery
2017 Resonances, National Museum of Science and Technologies, cur. Joint Research Team, Milan, Italy
2017 Holon Design Museum, cur. Elisabetta Pisu, Anat Safran, Lila Chitayat, Yael Taragan, Tel-Aviv, Israel
2017 Patterns of Influence, Galerie Für Gegenwartskunst, cur. Heidi Brunnschweiler, Freiburg, Germany
2017 Pocket Privacy, V&A Friday Late, London
2017 Matter Matters, cur. Claudia Contu, Massimo Carasi, Milan, Italy
2016 Weaving and We, Triennial of Fiber Art, Zhejiang Art Museum, cur. Liu Xiao, Xu Jia, Assadour Markarov, Hangzhou, China
2016 Platform, London
2015 Sonic Patterns, Kaunas Biennale, cur Karen Gaskill and Janis Jefferies, Kaunas, Lithuania
2015 Heaven is a place where nothing ever happens, Pi Artworks, cur. Ashley Conery, London
2015 Sonic Invasions, cur. Lanfranco Aceti, Tae Hong Park, NYU, New York
2015 The Florence Trust Summer Show, cur. Paul Bailey, Neil Jefferies and Kate Neave, The Florence Trust, London
2015 Executed, cur. Ozden Sahin, Museum of Contemporary Cuts
2015 Executive Chair, cur. Ozden Sahin, Shonibare Studio, London
2014 Digital Weekend, cur. Irini Papadimitriou, V&A, London
2014 Networked Bodies, cur. Irini Papadimitriou, Watermans Arts Centre, London
2013 OCT Contemporary Art Terminal, Shenzhen
2012 Data in Culture, The Open Data Institute collection, London
2012 MoMA PS1 Summer School with Marina Abramović, Rebecca Davies and Linsey Peisinger, New York


2023 Art SG with Pi Artworks
2023 Contemporary Istanbul with Pi Artworks
2021 Artissima with Pi Artworks
2020 Frieze Sculpture Park with Pi Artworks
2018 Art Rotterdam with Ryder Projects
2017 Manchester Contemporary with Ryder Projects
2016 The Internet Yami-Ichi, Offprint, with Arebyte Tate Modern London


2018 MMCA National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Seoul, with Deoksun Park, Irini Papadimitriou and Lisa Park
2017 SpikeArts Studios, Bristol
2017 University of Leeds, with Eduardo Kac and Andrew Prescott, Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures, Leeds
2017 In-Conversation, with Melanie Lenz and Ashlee Conery, THE RYDER projects
2015 Sonic Patterns, moderated by Janis Jefferies, Kaunas Biennale
2015 Sounds, Images, Data, chaired by Lanfranco Aceti, New York University, New York
2015 Heaven is a Place where Nothing Ever Happens, moderated by Ashlee Conery, with Rachel McRae and Reuben Henry, Pi Artworks London
2015 The System Model, MFA Curation Goldsmiths, with Ariane Koek, Isobel Whitelegg and Peter Mörtenböck, London
2014 Art After the Internet, cur. Janis Jefferies, Centre for Creative Collaboration, London
2014 Digital Futures, V&A, London
2013 Data as culture, Open Data Institute, London


2023 Montalvo Arts Center
2018 MMCA, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Seoul
2015 East London Printmakers; SPACE; The Guest Projects, London
2014 The Florence Trust, London


2023 The Sound and Voice of Violent Things: Against the Silence of Data Visualization, Gabriele S. Civiliene. The Art Institute of Chicago
2022 Fabio Lattanzi Antinori presents new sculpture, silkscreen prints, and video at Pi artworks, ArtDaily
2022 Chronicles of the Future Superheroes, Tevž Logar. ArtForum February 22
2021 Data Artification, Gabriele Salciute Civiliene. Springer, King’s College London
2020 Frieze Sculpture Park opens its doors to nature, Financial Times, (on-line)
2020 Pop-up space odyssey: how to do Frieze with no Frieze, The Guardian, (on-line)
2020 10 stops to make during Frieze Week in London, Wallpaper, (on-line)
2019 Act Reciprocally to Reflect the World, Harper’s Bazaar Art, China (article)
2018 V&A Magazine 47 Autumn Winter 2018 (article)
2018 Future Now 100 Contemporary Artists, Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology (book)
2018 Reassessing Value, Kate Simpson, Aesthetica Magazine, (on-line)
2017 Obsolescenza Riprogrammata, Exibart, (on-line)
2017 Der Gesang der Aktienkurse, Herbert M. Hurka, Badische Zeitung, June, Freiburg (article)
2017 L’importanza della materia. Quattro artisti a Milano, Giusi Affronti, Artribune (on-line)
2017 Matter Matters. Una riflessione sulla forma e sulla materia, Giulia Ronchi, ArtsLife (on-line)
2017 A Room of One’s Own, Aina Pomar, Art Dependence Magazine, December 2016, London (article)
2017 Talking with Fabio Lattanzi Antinori Fruit of the Forest, January, (Interview on-line)
2016 Five art shows to see this week: National Gallery, Serpentine and more, December, RA Magazine (on-line)
2016 Fortune Tellers at MoCA Pavilion, Sue Wang, Cafa Art Info (on-line)
2016 Space and Time, Wuon-Gean Ho, September, Printmaking Today (article)
2016 Immaterial Aesthetics – The Internet Yami-Ichi, Edward Paginton, Modern Weekly China. (article)
2015 Real Talk. The artist on representations of failure and the role of data in our society, Silvia Badiali, ArtWire on-line. (article)
2015 Flashcrash Unlimited at the Widget Art Gallery, Nara Shin, Cool Hunting on-line. (article)
2014 FAD Q+A with Fabio Lattanzi Antinori, Chantelle May Purcell, FAD on-line. (interview)
2013 Open Data Brings Potential And Perils for Government, Ben Rooney, Wall Street Journal on-line. (article on-line)
2013 Making data tangible, Julie Freeman presents the ODI Data as Culture collection, TED Los Angeles. (video)


2021 Chronicles of the Future Superheroes, Kunsthalle Bega
2020 MMCA Seoul Collection, New Aquisitions
2020 First Plinth Award, Public Art commission (essay)
2019 Grand Tour, Studio Permanente Editore (Book)
2019 Two Pillars and Seven Letters, SeMA
2018 Entkunstung II (book)
2018 Artificially Intelligent, V&A
2018 MMCA International Residency Program
2018 Future Now 100 Aesthetica Magazine
2017 MoCA Shanghai
2017 National Museum of Science ad Technology Milan
2016 Hangzhou Triennial, Zhejiang Museum
2015 The Kaunas Biennial
2015 The Florenc,e Trust Summer Show
2012 Data as Culture, The Open Data Institute


2019 Lucas Artists Program Montalvo Arts Center, Fellowship
2019 Royal Society of Sculptors and Olympic Park London, First Plinth Award, Public Art commission
2018 Future Words, supported by the Italian Cultural Institute in Seoul
2018 British Korean Society, support for the MMCA International Artist in Residence program
2016 Artist Information Company, Travel Bursary for extraordinary and inspirational research
2016 UK China Connections Through Culture, British Council
2015 Artist International Development Fund, Arts Council and British Council England


2024 The Invisible Compass (public sculpture), commission of Landsec London (July)
2020 The Cost of Your Words (public sculpture), commission of Royal Society London and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
2018 Astral Charts (digital sculpture), commission of V&A London
2017 The New Economy (interactive sculpture), commission of Joint Research Center, EU
2015 Production Methods, (installation), commission of Watermans Arts Centre and Arts Council England
2014 Dataflags (interactive screen-print), commission of V&A London
2013 Contours, (Installation) Museum für angewandte Kunst, Vienna


Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul
SeMA Seoul Museum of Modern Art
V&A, London