To bid in Christie’s 3.0 auctions, first connect your wallet.
Christie’s is verifying your account details. Please note this may take up to 24 hours. Once verified, we will notify you by email.
Random International is a post-digital art group exploring the impact of technological development on the human condition. Best known for its large-scale interactive installations, the group works across an array of media, including sculpture, light, kinetics, video, print, and sound. Established in 2005 and led by founders Hannes Koch (b. 1975, Germany) and Florian Ortkrass (b. 1975, Germany), the group has a studio in London and comprises a global team of complementary talent. Random International’s work has been shown worldwide and can be found in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York; the Victoria & Albert Museum in London; the Yuz Foundation in Shanghai; and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Danil Krivoruchko is a Ukrainian-born, New York-based multidisciplinary digital artist and art director whose clients include names like Apple, Nike, Intel, and Boeing. Krivoruchko’s work has won a variety of festival awards. He was nominated for a 2022 Emmy Award for Outstanding Main Title Design as part of the creative team for the television series Foundation. He is also the creator of the renowned One Thousand Ksoids NFT collection and co-creator of the OG:Crystals project.
Masahiro Hiramoto was born in Tokyo, and studied at Tokyo University of the Arts, School of Music. Masahiro’s career debut as a composer was with contemporary dance company Noism in Paris and Budapest. He has provided his music to European dance companies Provisional Danza, Göteborg ballet, and Wiesbaden ballet, among others, and joined contemporary dance mix bill MOMENTUM lost & found held by Fabula Collective at Sadler’s Wells in London in 2022. He has been composing for various artists, including Japanese photographer Kishin Shinoyama and Japanese theatre director Yukio Ninagawa. In terms of films, his first soundtrack work The Ravine of Goodbye (Dir. Tatsushi Omori, 2013) won a Special Jury Prize of 35th Moscow International Film Festival.
Get our top stories and personalised auction updates – delivered weekly to your inbox.
We will never pass your personal information to anyone outside of Christie's for their own marketing purposes without your consent. For more information about how Christie's processes your data, please click here to read our Privacy Notice.