Drifter, 2018, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Courtesy of Pace Gallery. Photo: Tom Cornelissen

Studio Drift collective was founded in 2007 by Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta. They create multi-disciplinary site-specific installations, sculptures, objects, and films. Sustainability has been heavily explored in the duo’s artistic practice. The work studies the impact of hi-tech developments on nature and mankind’s ability to distinguish fact from fiction.

Other works featured in their Coded Nature exhibition include:

Flylight, 2009 Courtesy Carpenters Workshop Gallery, London. Photo: Gert Jan van Rooij

Fragile Future Chandelier 3.5 (2012), manufactured under the control of Carpenters Workshop Gallery

Chair, Ghost Collection, 2008

The duo have previously exhibited at leading museums and fairs worldwide, including the V&A Museum (United Kingdom), Dubai Art Fair (United Arab Emirates), PAD Paris (France), and the Sao Paolo Biennale (Brazil). Their works have been purchased by the Louis Vuitton Foundation, The Rijksmuseum, and Stedelijk Museum, amongst others.