Visiting Argentina, the Spanish artist Daniel Canogar, a reference in the visual arts for the use of artificial intelligence and LED technology as creative tools, will offer a master class open to the public, with free accesswhere he will offer a tour of his work, on Thursday at 4:00 p.m. in the Buenos Aires space Cceba (Paraná 1,159).
The artist who has made large-scale generative video projections and interventions in public space, will offer during the talk a tour of your workwhich includes media art, exposed audiovisual supports, the practice of installation, new/old media (new and old media), analog and digital, as well as work processes.
His visit to the country is part of a two-day workshop for 25 selected artists -organized by the Andreani Foundation, the Bunge y Born Foundation and the collaboration of the Spanish Cultural Center in Buenos Aires (Cceba)- in which the artist looking encourage the production of knowledge and training of those who work in art, science and technology.
the workshop “Art, Science and Technology: State of the situation” by Canogar, is offered this Tuesday and Wednesday in the cultural space of Andreani, in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of La Boca. Artists from Buenos Aires, Corrientes, Santa Fe, Chaco, Córdoba, San Juan, Neuquén, Mendoza and Tierra del Fuego will participate.
“We are not made for the world we have created. Technology has gotten out of hand. That is why it is important that we make it our own and incorporate it into our human dimension. If not, it will turn against us “, assures the artist that, with his works, he seeks to reflect on the impact of technology on the human being and the changes in the way of inhabiting the world.
Born in Madrid in 1964, the son of a Spanish father and an American mother, Canogar’s life and career have been divided between Spain and the United States. He began training in the world of photography and then became interested in the possibilities of the projected image and artistic installation.
Has created monumental public works as a generative projection on the façade of the Museo Nacional del Prado, based on the museum’s painting collection (2019); “Storming Times Square”, a video intervention on 47 of the screens in Times Square (New York, 2014); or “Asalto”, a series of video projections on emblematic monuments, presented on the Arcos de Lapa (Rio de Janeiro, 2009).