Daniel Canogar creates art installation as a vehicle to reanimate 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 a metaphor for technological mortality. A relic in the Information Age. The wires in this work were found in a dumpster near the artist's home. Flickering with light, the illuminated color cabling in this sculpture evokes both the stage and crackling communications, reminding us of our fragile bodies and natural information exchanges. Defined as "breath", "soul", by the ancient Greeks, "pneuma" is a vehicle of logos, which structures the continuum of matter.
Medium: Telephone cable, wood structure, projector, multimedia player, USB,
fans, loop, multimedia hard disk, video projection.
Dimensions: 56 x 75 x 40 cm/ 22,04" x 29,52" x 15,74"