Squidsoup (est. 1997) uses digital technologies to create immersive experiences in a broad range of spaces, from art galleries and commercial venues to live public outdoor spaces and events.
Squidsoup (est. 1997) uses digital technologies to create immersive experiences in a broad range of spaces, from art galleries and commercial venues to live public outdoor spaces and events. The studio’s work was seen by over two million people on six continents in 2019. Recent exhibitions and events include Canary Wharf (2020, 2017, 2019); Salisbury and Gloucester Cathedrals (2020, 2018, 2015); Burning Man (2019, 2018); Durham Lumiere (2019); Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (2019, 2017); Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew (2019, 2016, 2015); and Sydney Opera House (2016). Their key work Submergence has been exhibited some 70 times.
The studio also works regularly with electronica musician Four Tet, creating bespoke boundary-defying immersive light shows for a series of live concerts, including Alexandra Palace, London (2019) and LA, New York and Sydney Opera House (2015-8).
Daniel Firman (b. 1966) is a French artist based between New York, Istanbul, and Dreux in France. Firman studied at the Beaux-Arts in France, and was immediately fascinated with dance and architecture.SEE ARTIST
Rashed AlShashai (b. 1977) is a Saudi artist who works with found objects and appropriated imagery as a conceptual means of identifying the signs of the everyday, and explores the purpose of human existence.SEE ARTIST
Mohammed Alsaleem (1939-1997) was the first to hold an exhibition in the city of Riyadh, in 1967. He became famous for his “horizonism” style that was inspired by observing the skyline of Riyadh from the desert.SEE ARTIST
Riyadh Art’s ten programs and two festivals turn the city into a creative canvas, bringing public art to the spaces where people travel, work and play.Explore Now
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