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Year: 2016 Medium: Sublimation print on towel fabric, silkscreen print made with hydrochromic ink, audio file Size: 59 x 27.5 in (150 x 70 cm) Edition: Open Price: $75 USD Saaaaaaaadnessssssss is a beach towel that, when put in contact with water, reveals a secret password. This keyword allows the user to download a song; a cover of Lana del Rey composed by Daniel Pérez Ríos. Saaaaaaaadnessssssss is born from the artist’s interest in the translation of sound to object and viceversa; it also reflects on the way music is shared and sold nowadays, focusing on the Internet. Daniel’s work centres on the relation between landscape and musical production, with an emphasis on analyzing popular music as a way of approaching political, social and spatial issues.
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Year: 2016 Medium: Sublimation print on towel fabric, silkscreen print made with hydrochromic ink, audio file Size: 59 x 27.5 in (150 x 70 cm) Edition: Open Price: $75 USD Saaaaaaaadnessssssss is a beach towel that, when put in contact with water, reveals a secret password. This keyword allows the user to download a song; a cover of Lana del Rey composed by Daniel Pérez Ríos. Saaaaaaaadnessssssss is born from the artist’s interest in the translation of sound to object and viceversa; it also reflects on the way music is shared and sold nowadays, focusing on the Internet. Daniel’s work centres on the relation between landscape and musical production, with an emphasis on analyzing popular music as a way of approaching political, social and spatial issues. ENG
Year: 2016 Medium: Sublimation print on towel fabric, silkscreen print made with hydrochromic ink, audio file Size: 59 x 27.5 in (150 x 70 cm) Edition: Open Price: $75 USD Saaaaaaaadnessssssss is a beach towel that, when put in contact with water, reveals a secret password. This keyword allows the user to download a song; a cover of Lana del Rey composed by Daniel Pérez Ríos. Saaaaaaaadnessssssss is born from the artist’s interest in the translation of sound to object and viceversa; it also reflects on the way music is shared and sold nowadays, focusing on the Internet. Daniel’s work centres on the relation between landscape and musical production, with an emphasis on analyzing popular music as a way of approaching political, social and spatial issues.
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