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Creative collaborations

A Rolls-Royce motor car marries contemporary vision and skilled craftsmanship with excellence in design and engineering. Each commission is a work of art. To explore our shared ethos with the art world, the Rolls-Royce Art Programme was born. Art talks, in-situ commissions and partnerships – the Programme enables artists to realise innovative projects, explore new ideas and engage with the public. 

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Isaac Julien

Isaac Julien’s Stones Against Diamonds is a video installation commissioned by Rolls-Royce. Filmed in Iceland’s remote glacial ice caves, the work was inspired by a letter written by the Brazilian modernist architect and designer, Lina Bo Bardi. 

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Ana Maria Tavares

Brazilian artist Ana Maria Tavares’ commission for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Deviating Utopias, is an installation that creates a virtual environment. It depicts a blend of technology and craftsmanship, industrial and organic materials, and speed and silence. 

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Morgan Wong

Morgan Wong’s ambitious commission Untitled – Expressway combines abstract video, archive materials and a narration by a fictional character. He seeks to remind his audience that the process of transformation – and the speed at which it occurs – can deviate from humanity. 

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Manal Al Dowayan

Manal Al Dowayan is the Saudi Arabian artist behind I Had No Wings. Containing four wall-sized screens of projected footage combined with sound, the video immersed viewers within its unique sensory experience.

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Carlos Rolon

Carlos Rolon’s neon sculpture, Untitled (Opulence), is inspired by the traditional Rolls-Royce Pantheon grille and the Spirit of Ecstasy. Measuring 3 by 3.5 metres, this installation explores movement, lines and the interaction of colour – together with changes of mood and perception.

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Angela Bulloch

Cipher of L. is a Rolls-Royce commission and installation by Berlin-based artist Angela Bulloch. She is known for her interest in systems, patterns and rules – and the creative territory that lies between mathematics and aesthetics. 

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