Kimsooja To Breathe / Respirare. Palacio de Cristal. Parque del Retiro, Madrid. http://www.kimsooja.com/texts/rubio_Interview.html
Interview for the japanese magazine Massage and first group exhibition in Japan.
The number 9 will be launched at the exhibition “internet Culture Shop” in which i present three works at Tokio Cultuart by Beams. 3F 3-24-7 Shibuya-ku Jingumae Tokyo 150-0001 Japan.
Artists in the exhibition: FERESTEC / JOE HAMILTON / SUBTRANCA / FOURFIVEX / MANUEL FERNANDEZ / ENRICO BOCCIOLETTI ≈ SPCNVDR / JAMES HOWARD / Fukin
Thanks Kentaro Takaoka for put all this together!
Manuel Fernández. Broken Gradient Window
I have some works in the book Absolut 2014 vol#1. If you cannot pick up your free copy, the book is available online: http://issue.com/davidquilesguillo/docs/absolut2140v1# (hand model: @emiliogomariz, thanks again!)
BG Painting 001. UV print on canvas. 100x140x3 cm. 2013
Green Monochrome at Fach & Asendorf Gallery.
Yayoi Kusama - Butterfly (1980) - Watercolor and pen on paper board
Dropping the Internet. Aram Bartholl.
Simone Forti. Huddle. 1977 (en Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (MNCARS))
"I’m the creeper, catch me if you can!" Creeper was possibly the very first computer virus, although this is contested. It was invented back in 1971 by Bob Thomas, using the Tenex operating system, and used the precursor of the internet, ARPANET, to spread between DEC PDP 10 systems.
The SCA Virus was probably the first Amiga virus (1987). It became extremely common, and later SCA released a software to remove the virus.
There were many clones of the virus with cool names like 666, AIDS, Bad Bytes 4, Big Boss, Deniz Cool, Disk-Terminator, KarlMarx, LSD, MAX and NASA.