Curious to learn more about Studio Drift and the exhibition? Here you can find in-depth information about the artists and their work, unfurled in stories, an essay, photos and a documentary short. Check the calendar at the bottom of this page for upcoming events organized around the Studio Drift: Coded Nature exhibition.
About Studio Drift
Over more than a decade of their existence, Studio Drift’s work in product and furniture design has evolved into increasingly larger, often site-specific and moving installations which they have realized all over the world. The works occupy a wholly unique place between disciplines such as tech art, performance, and biodesign. This exhibition offers an overview of their groundbreaking oeuvre.
Studio Drift addresses such timeless themes as the relationship between individual and collective and (the illusion of) freedom. Concurrently, their work invites us to reflect on the impact of technology on our society. With almost intuitive attention for the digital realm this exhibition is closely related to earlier presentations in the Stedelijk, such as LUST, Ed Atkins, Jordan Wolfson, and Seth Price.
Invested in the continuous probing of the boundaries between disciplines, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam is the perfect place to collect and present this body of work. It is thus no coincidence that the Stedelijk has been following the experimental collaboration between Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta closely for some time now. Over the past year their work has grown in terms of scale, complexity and impact, and the time is now ripe for the museum solo debut of Studio Drift at the Stedelijk Museum.
Studio Drift: making the impossible possible
An introduction to the work of Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta (Studio Drift) by curator Ingeborg de Roode and co-curator Pao Lien Djie
Documentary short: Studio Drift
Short documentary in which we follow Lonneke Gordijn and Ralp Nauta (Studio Drift) while installing their first solo exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.
About the exhibition
The exhibition Studio Drift: CodedNature is on view until August 26.