Andres Ayerbe and Camille Leproust work at the intersection of sculpture, installation and technology, drawing from a keen interest in socio-political issues and humanism. At the heart of their visual language lie everyday consumer objects and their behaviour, which are hacked and reappropriated in an attempt to subvert the manufacturers/consumers hierarchy and establish a form of ownership over the mass-produced.
NOOT.CLUB have recently been part of Unbinding the Book, a group show at the Whitechapel Gallery in London, and have been commissioned by TANK Form to create a kinetic installation for a Harrods window display; Recent press includes The Guardian, Crane.tv, It’s Nice That and Grafik.
18th November 2014 / Showcase and talk at the V&A Digital Futures at SPACE, London, UK.
October 2014-January 2015 / Commission for kinetic window display, London, UK
September 2014 / Unbinding the Book exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery, London
July 2014 / JMB - LCC exhibition at Hotel Elephant, London
June 2014 / Workshops and Commission with the Thomas Fairchild school in Hoxton.
June 2014 / Rain Printer exhibited at Somerset House for Midsummer Water Day, London.
27th May 2014 / Showcase and presentation for the V&A Digital Futures programme.
May 2014 / Artcore 2014 exhibition, London.
April 2014 / 'A Europe for All, by All’ exhibition at the Hundred Years Gallery in London.
February 2014 / Nominated for the 2013 Internet of Things Award in the category Networked Art.
January 2014 / Shortlisted to create an Interactive Installation for TRACES 2014.
August-November 2013 / Interactive Installation commissioned by Tank Magazine.
March 2013 / Honourable Mention of the Lisbon Triennale of Architecture University Award.
July 2013 / Best Of Show at the University of the Arts London.