Ruairi Glynn is a London based artist who splits his time between making interactive installations, curating, writing and teaching. He’s Lecturer at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL & Associate Lecturer at Central Saint Martins College UAL. His installations have been exhibited widely including the Pompidou Centre Paris, SOMA Korea, Itau Cultural Brazil, Kunsthaus Graz Austria, National Art Museum of China Beijing and will have his first UK solo exhibition at the Tate Modern in August.
Ruairi’s going to talk about installations made by Motive Colloquies, a collective of architects, engineers, and performance artists which he leads. This work runs in parallel with his doctoral research into the perception and design of motion mixing puppetry, robotics, and architectural design.