In Mathieu Briand’s laboratory studio: the making of A-DROYX

Briand’s work is situated somewhere between perceptive reality and a displacement of the imagination. He uses sound, physical forms, sensory environments and mixed media to create diverse and highly innovative artworks that invite the spectator into new zones of spatial and temporal perceptions.

In a unique experience at the National Design Centre Singapore, Briand blurs the lines between androids and humans, inviting us on a thought-provoking journey with the A-droyx – his very own child-like humanoid creation.

For his first presence in Singapore, Briand recreates his studio/laboratory where visitors can follow and interact with him as he puts A-droyx together – from the design stage, to 3D modeling and electronic assembling – leaving everyone to ponder on the limitless possibilities of the future.

Mathieu Briand was born in Marseille, France.  He lives and works in Melbourne, Australia.

Briand has participated in international group and solo exhibitions in major museums such as Centre Pompidou-Paris/France, Tate Modern London/UK, Jumex Foundation-Mexico city/Mexico, Walker Art Centre-Minneapolis/USA, Sharjah Art Foundation-Sharjah/UAE, ICC-Tokyo/Japan, MOCA- Taipei/Taiwan, SITE Santa Fe-Santa Fe/USA, MACBA-Barcelona/Spain, Mona Tasmania, La Maison Rouge/Fondation Antoine de Galbert.

Host venue:

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Supported by:

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