- All images © Matthew Plummer-Fernandez
As part of our Life Meets Tech summer season, No Backups for 1909 Days (1st June-28th August) is a beautiful collection of previously unrealized works by Matthew Plummer-Fernandez - brought to life by 3D printing.
Performing a hard drive archeology, Plummer-Fernandez has found the remnants of works-in-progress, errors, cancelled shows and doodles of his finished works and brought them to life by embracing the new technology of 3D printing.
Colourful, fun and fascinating, as our art curator Rosie Glenn explains, “Since the ‘early’ stages of any process yield rather clunky results, a sort of digital primitivism is revealed, reflecting wider social challenges in grappling and adopting technology over the past five years.”
This exhibition is clearly visible from the surrounding walkways of Exchange House so please come and take a look as your explore Broadgate this summer.
If you’d like to gain special access to the interior space, viewings are available 10am-4pm weekdays. To ensure ease of access on arrival, please confirm your visit by email with our art curator, Rosie Glenn (email@example.com).
About the artist
Matthew Plummer-Fernandez is a British/Colombian artist who creates sculpture, software, online interventions and installations, producing and commenting on contemporary socio-technical entanglements and their comical discontents. He received an MA from the Royal College of Art in 2009 and is currently conducting a PhD at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Matthew’s work has been presented extensively, including solo shows at iMal in collaboration with JODI, and Nome Gallery in Berlin. He has been commissioned by the Pompidou in Paris, the V&A in London and AND Festival, Manchester. He is currently represented by Nome Gallery. An invited resident at Somerset House Studios, Plummer-Fernandez runs the popular blog Algopop on algorithms in everyday life.