This catalogue delves deeper into the work of visual artist, theorist and activist Daniel G. Andújar, also considered one of the biggest representatives of net.art in Spain. Andújar is interested in building a cultural discourse through digital media and information and media technology, operating from public space and making use of the city and the net as territories for developing his work. Along this line, social and power relations are found in a system of negotiation that is permanently being redefined. The publication includes different projects developed by the artist from 1994 to 2014, along with five texts that analyse, from different focal points, the meaning of these works.
Jacob Lillemose, Iris Dressler, Javier de la Cueva, José Luis Pardo, Alberto López Cuenca, Isidoro Valcárcel Medina