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Los Angeles, CA | Visit to Studio Daniel Canogar

June 22 | 12:00 pm 1:00 pm

Daniel Canogar, Dynamo [detail], Spanish Pavilion at Expo Dubai, 2020. Temporary sculptural LED screens, computers, generative custom software, real-time data, metal structures. Image courtesy Studio Daniel Canogar.

Join ArtTable for a visit to Studio Daniel Canogar in the Arts District of Downtown LA. Our conversation with the artist and Stacie Martinez, Los Angeles Studio Director, will cover Canogar’s practice and recent projects, as well as the dynamic partnership between Canogar and Martinez. This conversation will explore the creative process behind Canogar’s multimedia works—which range from generative animations on LED screens to metalwork and mosaic—as well as the collaborations and challenges involved in displaying these works internationally.

Parking Info (address below): There is street parking on Mateo and Jesse, and surrounding streets, or a parking lot for $5/hour on the corner of Jesse / Mateo. The door code to the building will be provided upon RSVP.

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  • ArtTable Members – $10
  • Member Guests – $15
  • Non-Members – $20

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Studio Daniel Canogar

652 Mateo St, Unit 304
Los Angeles, California 90021
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About Studio Daniel Canogar

Daniel Canogar’s works are are often driven by a custom-designed algorithm that gathers real- time data via the internet. The final outcome of these artworks is often hypnotic and varies across different media including generative animations on LED screens, metal works, recycled- glass mosaics, or wallpaper. Many of the artworks are an attempt to integrate generative art into the history of art, as they explore unexpected aesthetic influences, such as postwar Abstract Expressionism, Performance, and Op Art from the 1960s, among others. Canogar has created permanent public art installations for Nike World Headquarters (Beaverton, OR), the Sobrato Foundation (Mountain View, CA), Tampa International Airport (Tampa, FL) and the Novartis Pavilion (Basel, Switzerland), among others. He currently exhibits with bitforms gallery in New York, Galerie Anita Beckers in Frankfurt, and Max Estrella Gallery in Madrid. He has exhibited extensively in major museums and galleries across the world, including Reina Sofia Art Museum, Madrid; The Phillips Collection, Washington DC; ZKM Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe; Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus OH; Hamburger Bahnhof Museum, Berlin; Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA and Art Vault at the Carl & Marilynn Thoma Foundation, Santa Fe, NM. His work will be included in a forthcoming exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, “Digital Witness,” curated by Britt Salveson as part of the Pacific Standard Time initiative.

Stacie Martinez is the Los Angeles Studio Director for Daniel Canogar. Prior to this she was director at Los Angeles galleries Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, Philip Martin Gallery, and Christopher Grimes Gallery. She began her career as Curatorial Associate at the Orange County Museum of Art, and was Program and Panel Co-Chair for the Southern California Chapter of ArtTable from 2016-2018.

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