Daniel G. Andújar

(Almoradí, Spain, 1966) Lives and works in Barcelona

A multimedia artist, García Andújar began his art practice in the late 1980s, in the field of video art. A member of Irrational.org, in 1996 he founded the Technologies To The People (TTTP) project. Andújar explores concepts such as virtuality, authenticity, copyright, marketing strategies, relationship between media and power, as well as global access to the technological communication networks. His projects have been presented, among other venues, at Hartware MedienKunstVerein, PHOENIX Halle Dortmund; CCA Glasgow; PhotoEspaña2006, Matadero Madrid; Palau de la Virreina, Barcelona (2006); Manifiesta 4, Frankfurt (2002); ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany; George Pompidou, Paris; Transmediale 01, Berlin (2001); Microwave Festival, Hong Kong; Portland Art Museum, USA (2000); ICA, London (1999); and Apex Art CP, New York (1998).

banquete_nodos y redes
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Interactions between art, science, technology and society in Spain’s digital culture

DIT. Do it Together. Workshop Series
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2008

Workshop Series Technologies To The People

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