Felipe Prado’s Picto Sender Machine is a welcome change in a time in which we are used to seeing films, television programs and photographs in high definition. It consists of an enormous low-resolution screen of 1,200 enlarged pixels that invites the public to interact with it: their silhouette, movements, dance steps and gestures are translated into blocks of light displayed on a live screen. Picto Sender Machine forces us to express ourselves in the simplest, most instinctive way, without thinking too much about it.
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Felipe Prado (b. 1981) is a Chilean multidisciplinary artist who works primarily in the visualization of music. He creates multimedia and video installations, animations, photographs, visuals for live performances, music videos, video mappings and complete visual identities for music festivals.
Prado creates light art installations that often include an element of audience participation. Notable works include Picto Sender Machine, an installation for the 7th edition of the Amsterdam Light Festival (2018-19).
Daniel Canogar (b. 1964) is a Spanish artist living and working between Spain and the USA. He is interested in the possibilities of the projected image and installation art, and has created permanent public art installations and monumental artworks.SEE ARTIST
Born in Boulogne-Billancourt (Paris) in 1938, Daniel Buren lives and works in situ.SEE ARTIST
Alessio Ranaldi (b. 1974) is a visual artist currently living in Berlin, Germany whose current research practice focuses on the interaction between two or more seemingly opposite elements.SEE ARTIST
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