renderlands


Liam Young, 02 08 18


Renderlands, our film and new outsourced movie miniature model will be opening at Human non Human at MAAS in Sydney on August 9th. Liam Young will also be performing at the museum 6:30pm August 8th. Tickets and details can be found here here. The exhibition asks the questions: What makes us human? How might humans adapt in the future? Addressing four fundamental aspects of human experience: Food, Work, Sex and Belief, Human non Human responds to the impact of accelerating technology, connectivity and a rapidly changing environment. Other artists include Lindsay Kelley, Maria Fernanda Cardoso and Ken Thaiday.

The Renderlands film is written with Tim Maughan and visual effects are supervised by Alexey Marfin.

renderlands


Liam Young, 08 11 17




Liam Young’s solo show New Romance opens in Istanbul.

Liam Young: New Romance is the solo exhibition of an Australian-born architect Liam Young — one of the most distinctive and adventurous voices in contemporary architecture today. At the core of his multidisciplinary practice is a continuous interrogation of the present realities of cities. Through research expeditions, storytelling, documentary film, and performance, Young extrapolates and exaggerates existing networks, systems, and technologies to imagine possible future urbanisms. The exhibition presents three short films — In the Robot Skies (2016)Where the City Can’t See (2016), and the debut of Renderlands (2017) — and charts his recent work in fiction film and his experimentation with new cinematic tools. Each framed as a love story, the films reveal Young’s emerging interest in world building: the design of a cinematic universe in which narratives evolve.