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Daniel Canogar

Pneuma 3, 2009

Discarded telephone cables, wood, projector, multimedia disk, fans
29 3/5 × 15 4/5 × 22 in
75.2 × 40.1 × 55.9 cm
Edition of 7 + 1AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
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bitforms gallery
New York , Los Angeles
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Daniel Canogar uses art installation as a vehicle that reanimates the lifeless, reviving a …

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Daniel Canogar uses art installation as a vehicle that reanimates the lifeless, reviving a collective portrait of secrets contained in discarded electronic materials. In the "Pneuma” series, the ephemeral lifeblood of a telephone signal serves as a metaphor for technological mortality. A relic in the age of …

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Daniel Canogar
Spanish, b. 1964
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Sifting through dumpsters to find materials, Daniel Canogar creates works out of discarded pieces …

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Sifting through dumpsters to find materials, Daniel Canogar creates works out of discarded pieces of moribund and current technological hardware, from light bulbs and VHS tapes to DVDs and fiber optic cable. Canogar’s installations offer commentaries about the speed and regularity of obsolescence in the world of …

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Daniel Canogar uses art installation as a vehicle that reanimates the lifeless, reviving a …

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Daniel Canogar uses art installation as a vehicle that reanimates the lifeless, reviving a collective portrait of secrets contained in discarded electronic materials. In the "Pneuma” series, the ephemeral lifeblood of a telephone signal serves as a metaphor for technological mortality. A relic in the age of …

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Daniel Canogar
Spanish, b. 1964
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Sifting through dumpsters to find materials, Daniel Canogar creates works out of discarded pieces …

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Sifting through dumpsters to find materials, Daniel Canogar creates works out of discarded pieces of moribund and current technological hardware, from light bulbs and VHS tapes to DVDs and fiber optic cable. Canogar’s installations offer commentaries about the speed and regularity of obsolescence in the world of …

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Daniel Canogar

Pneuma 3, 2009

Discarded telephone cables, wood, projector, multimedia disk, fans
29 3/5 × 15 4/5 × 22 in
75.2 × 40.1 × 55.9 cm
Edition of 7 + 1AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
Contact For Price
location
New York , Los Angeles
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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