Fragmentin is an art practice based in Lausanne, Switzerland, founded in 2014 and today run by three ECAL (Lausanne University of Art and Design) alumni: Laura Perrenoud, David Colombini and Marc Dubois. 

At the crossroads of art and engineering, Fragmentin’s work questions the impact of the digital on everyday life by investigating these technologies disposition towards control and opacity. Fragmentin’s installations - exhibited internationally - demystify complex systems through interaction, installation and performance and often posit chance, randomness and the unexpected as remedies to control. 



Artificial heaven, or the rise of technology in the era of global warming

Fragmentin will explore different topics influencing their work such as nature controlled by technology; how technology is ironically impacted by nature and climate change; how the infrastructure used to construct and supports nature also creates new aesthetic and hybrid landscapes... Fragmentin will explain how they embody all theses inspirations into their artworks and create spaces for public debates.