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2022 Bank of resistance 2021 Prom.Sense.apk NFT BoR 2019 - 2020 Mirror Hole of the Moon 2018 Orientation (I) Induction (II) Launch (III) Game CV



Bank of resistance (2022)

W139, Amsterdam (The Netherlands) -  Performance

With performer Amanda Payne

The performance held at W139 consisted of the opening of a physical location of the “NFT Bank of Resistance”. This pop-up office was designed as a space for dialogue with other art makers in the Amsterdam area to build a community where profit is a collective concern, an alternative to the “tech-bro” dream of the NFT world.



Photo of the performance at W139.

Prom.Sense.apk (2021)

Artifacts Casa Hoffman, Bogotá (Colombia) - Lecture performance

Curated by Barbara Krulik and Mildred Duran

Raw data can be interpreted in many ways, to the extent of supporting contradictory statements. senseProm.apk is a work that speculates — through marketing and performative media — with the possibility of an artificial intelligence capable of generating data comprehension systems through the language of advertising and performance.


Advertisement image of the Prom.Sense.apk

NFT Bank of Resistance (2021)

De Appel, Amsterdam (The Netherlands) "Future Everyday Life" initiative curated by Masha Domracheva

In response to Masha Domracheva’s initiative, we  decided to experiment with the possibilities of the blockchain technology for the support of the art community. "Future Everyday Life" addressed the precarity of artistic communities in Amsterdam and their role in the mechanisms of real estate. Our aim here is was to investigate the potential of marketing tools outside of their everyday logic. In particular, since NFTs are often used for individual gain, we asked ourselves: “What would it look like if this technology supported collective objectives?”



Detail of the founding acts of the NFT Bank of Resistance.

Mirror (2019 - 2020)

Shot in Valladolid (Spain) - Installation view Turin (Italy)

Digital film & Installation

Mirror is a film & installation of lyrical fiction based in a tuberculosis hospital in Valladolid (Spain), a place of interest for local youth, Instagrammers and para-psicology enthusiasts. As a mid-twentieth century construction from the Francoist era, this hospital is one of the many architectures left behind to crumble and disappear under weeds. This short piece reflects on these contemporary uses of the building while attempting to put together other narratives around the place.


Orientation-Induction-Launch (2018)

Image 1. Still from Mirror.

Installation view.. Mixed media. Turin, 2020.

Installation view.. Mixed media. Turin, 2020.

The hole of the Moon (2020)

Apuan Alps (Italy)

Off-site XR installation

This piece is the contribution to the exhibition project Patatas Guerra. It consists of an off-site XR installation in which we studied and “occupied” an old abandoned quarry in the Carrara Marble extraction area in Italy. The site, known as “The Hole of the Moon” by the local population, allowed us a series of verbal and visual associations with our work on space exploration. We developed this set of references in collaboration with Manuel D’Onofrio, a playful proposal that connects NASA’s freely available materials with stories of nocturnal encounters of youth.



Installation view. Mixed media. Carrara, 2020.

Installation view. Mixed media. Carrara, 2020.

Prom Series (2018)

Amsterdam (Netherlands)


Web-series curated by Débora Levy

With the collaboration of Valerie Taejeong Lee Jung

The project includes prints, artifacts for physical displays and an interactive music session.

Image 2. Valerie Taejeong Lee Jung in Episode 3.

This multimedia project was our first work as a collective. During a collaboration with the performer Valerie Taejeong Lee Jung in Amsterdam we produced live recordings that would be later re-worked into a web-series, curated by Débora Levy. The end-product were three episodes broadcasted by Radial Gallery (Madrid, New York) where we combined our interests for science fiction and party cultures. In this series of transmissions we drew on fleeting images and notions around the ideas of space exploration, health and the new folk knowledge of allegedly scientific genetic studies.

Each episode of Orientation-Induction-Launch was additionally viewable at undisclosed times throughout the duration of the intervention, at the following address:


Image 3. Physical display from the project Orientation-Induction-Launch.

Episode 1: Orientation

Episode 2: Induction

Episode 3: Launch

Gamified music session

Interactive experience after the webseries.

Image 4. Still from the game experience for PC.

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