Working across a range of mediums including sculpture, print, text, sound, and interactive installations, Fabio Lattanzi Antinori's work attempts to understand the processes by which notions of power, belief and the perception of reality are shaped and shared in society at large. 

He is particularly interested in narratives of data, the agency of digital technology  and the way it shapes the future of societal interaction. Antinori’s process is often collaborative and research based, leading him to  work with  engineers and designers, English and Chinese opera singers, data analysts, scientists, perfumers, economists, financial astrologers and even fortune tellers. Central to his entire practice is a fascination with language, the dynamics of power, and the way market values and prevalent capitalist ideologies shape our relationships and conception of happiness.  


He graduated from Goldsmiths (2013) with an MFA in Computational studio Arts (distinction).
Fabio Lattanzi Antinori, b. Rome 1971, lives and works in London. 
Recent exhibitions include: Chased by Unicorns(solo), Pi Artworks Istanbul, Turkey (2023); Chased by Unicorns (solo), Pi Artworks London, UK (2022); Frieze Sculpture, Regents Park, London (2020) The Cost of Your Words Commissioned by the Royal Society of Sculptors, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London (2020), Deja Vu, Today Art Museum (2019), Deep Feeling, Petach Tikva Museum of Art (2019), Don’t Be Evil, Kanal-Centre Pompidou (2019), Two Pillars and Seven Letters, SeMA Seoul Museum of Art (2018), Artificially Intelligent, V&A (2018), Hooked, London Science Gallery (2018), Perfume Shop, The RYDER Projects (2018), Sound, Holon Design Museum (2017), Patterns of Influence, Galerie Für Gegenwartskunst Freiburg (2017), Fortune Tellers MoCA Shanghai (2016), Triennial of Fiber Art, Zhejiang Art Museum (2016), Heaven is a place where nothing ever happens, Pi Artworks (2015), Kaunas Biennial (2015), The Scientific Skin, MAK Museum Vienna (2013). 
He was awarded the Lucas Artists Fellowship (2019), the First Plinth Public Art by the Royal Society of Sculptors (2019) and was selected for the MMCA International Artist in Residence Program in Seoul (2018). His work has been supported by the Italian Cultural Institute, the British Korean Foundation (2018), the A-N Bursary for Extraordinary and Inspirational Research (2016), the British Council (2016) and the Arts Council (2015).
Talks include MMCA Seoul, University of Leeds, Goldsmiths, Kaunas Biennial, Ual London, Kaunas Biennial and the V&A. Public collections include SeMA Seoul Museum of Art, MMCA National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Seoul and the V&A London.

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