Daniel Canogar (Madrid, 1964) exhibition Fluctuations reflects on the existence of a world in a flow. The artist addresses the impact of technology on society, making visible the transition from electromechanical to digital systems and investigating the position occupied by the individual in a technologically interconnected age. The exhibition consists of several pieces in which the idea that the old analog versus digital oppositions have disintegrated to form units that cooperate with each other within a single system. The artist works as an archaeologist who finds what he is looking for among piles of waste and then organize them into shelves and individual tables, as if they were fragile remains of a bygone era.
To get a deeper idea on Canogar’s work take a look at his website.
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Location: Sala Alcalá 31 (Calle Alcalá, 31, 28014)
Metro: Banco de España
Dates: December 14th 2017 until January 28th 2018
Hours: Tues – Sat: 11h – 20:30h
Sun & Festivals: 11h – 14h
Closed: Mondays, 25th & 31st of December, 6th of January