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  • 83% happy, 9% disgusted, 6% fearful, 2% angry, less than 1% neutral, and 0% surprised The title of this paper is the output of the "emotion recognition" software test ran to La Gioconda.

    from time immemorial’s chaos to the fugitive and present moment of grace, but we will return to the endless time of chaos and the absence of form…

  • The new man and the new woman Diango Hernández at Marlborough Contemporary, London

    18 Sept. – 26 Oct. 2013 Marlborough Contemporary 6 Albemarle St. London W1S 4BY It is very early in the morning. The grass is covered with cold, dense dew. We haven’t even moved a hundred metres and my boots and trousers are already drenched and cold. The morning mist has turned my legs into two…

  • The importance of the line Diango Hernández at Porta 33 curated by Nuno Faria

    12.06 – 28.09.2013 Porta 33 Rua do Quebra Costas, 33 9000-034-Funchal Ilha da Madeira, Portugal +351 291 743 038 porta33@porta33.com A importância da linha O projecto que Diango Hernández preparou para a Porta 33 tem a particularidade de não ser propriamente uma exposição, mas a articulação de um conjunto de fragmentos que foram o ponto…

  • Lessons of Darkness Group exhibition curated by Nuno Faria with Daniel Barroca and Diango Hernández

    O6 Jul. – 31 Dec. José De Guimarães International Centre For The Arts (Ciajg) Av. Conde Margaride, nº 175 4810-535 Guimarães www.ccvf.pt   With Vasco Barata, Daniel Barroca, Pedro Valdez Cardoso, Rui Chafes, Otelo Fabião, José de Guimarães, Diango Hernández, Ricardo Jacinto*, Manuel Viegas Guerreiro, Francisco Janes, Hassan Khan*, Manuel Santos Maia, Rosalind Nashashibi e…

  • Utopia starts small 12. Fellbach Triennial with Diango Hernández

    Utopia starts small -12. Fellbach Triennial of small-scale sculpture. Curated by Angelika Nollert and Yilmaz Dziewior. 23 June – 29 September 2013 “Utopia starts small” uses the concept of Utopia and knowledge of how it has been exploited and misused in the course of history. At the same time, however, it also recognises its positive connotations.…

  • HERstories Group exhibition at Bonner Kunstverein with Rita McBride, Anne Pöhlmann and Diango Hernández

    Monika Baer  / Rita Mcbride / Marlene Dumas / Melissa Gordon / Petra Maitz / Anne Pöhlmann / Spartacus Chetwynd / Katharina Sieverding / Christian Falsnaes / Marianne Wex / Diango Hernández / Friederike Tebbe / Nicolas Party / Miriam Cahn / Suse Weber / Charlotte Salomon For the exhibition commemorating its 50th anniversary, the…

  • Anne Pöhlmann and Diango Hernández lonelyfingers Sunday conversations programme at Museum Abteiberg

    lonelyfingers founders Anne Pöhlmann and Diango Hernández open a conversation about the reasons why they decided to create an online platform for artists. For this third Sunday conversation Pöhlmann and Hernández tell us the story behind lonelyfingers and its future plans and ideas. ‘lonelyfingers functions as an ubiquitous door that gives us access to particular…

  • Konversationsstücke A lonelyfingers Finds collection

    By: Daniel Barroca / Jay Batlle / Jarosław Fliciński / Jessica Gispert / Manuel Graf / Owen Gump / Diango Hernández / Rita McBride / Anne Pöhlmann / Glen Rubsamen / Tom Sloan / Monika Stricker We can certainly live without objects, but it is unclear if we would be able to remember without having…

  • Komplette Zimmer Diango Hernández at Capitain Petzel, Berlin

    Opening 02.03.2013 – 13.04.2013 Capitain Petzel Karl-Marx-Allee 45 10178 Berlin t: +49 (0)30 240 88 130 f: +49 (0)30 240 88 1318 www.capitainpetzel.de info@capitainpetzel.de   The Cuban-born Diango Hernández’s first solo exhibition at Capitain Petzel is entitled Komplette Zimmer (Complete Rooms) and encompasses all three levels of the gallery; it presents works specially conceived for…

  • Arqueológica Group exhibition with Diango Hernández

    La investigación del pasado aporta cuantiosos datos para conocer el presente. Sociedad, historia, religión, política, urbanismo y economía se ven englobados en la arqueología, donde encontramos vestigios de todo lo anterior. La evolución del hombre y las diferentes sociedades que éste ha ido conformando a lo largo de los tiempos está recogida en el subsuelo,…

  • Misunderstandings and other circumstances Group exhibition with Diango Hernández. Curated by Anna Heidenhain and Kristina Kramer at Polistar

    Misunderstandings are commonplace and happen every day. Rather than being evaluated as failure, they can be seen as a challenge and a chance. This exhibition brings together works of nine artists who work with the creative force of misunderstandings, and their inexhaustible potential. Here, misunderstandings are regarded as creative principle and productive trouble that encourage…

  • The Castel in the Air Group exhibition with Diango Hernández curated by Adam Budak at Centre of Culture ZAMEK

    The exhibition “THE CASTLE IN THE AIR. Séance of Imagination” is a subtle projection of a hidden (other) life of the Castle. In this choreography of imagination, the Castle is a phantasmagoria and a mirage: oneiric theatre of a soul, a possible abstraction of a thought and a symbol of a fantasized encounter – outside…

  • photo: Anne Pöhlmann

    Light & Mistakes A lonelyfingers Finds collection by Diango Hernández

    With this group of studies from Diango Hernández’s atelier we would like to set the tone for lonelyfingers upcoming presentations. After launching few weeks ago ‘The Milk Can Escape’ and recently ‘The Pussy Riot’ collection we feel in the mood for tuning. With ‘Light and Mistakes’ we dive deeper into those magic and almost forbidden…

  • photo: Jay Batlle

    Pussy Riot A lonelyfingers Finds collection

    Riots improved a bit since the assassination of Julius Caesar. As you probably know that day of 44 BC in Rome an incensed mob took firebrands from the pyre and attacked the houses of Brutus and Cassius, as well as killing Helvius Cinna… Riots and Non-Violence Resistance Protests (NVR) only share few behaviour patterns; they…

  • Diango Hernández

    Diango Hernández is a visual artist born in 1970 in Sancti Spíritus, Cuba. He earned a degree in Industrial Design at the Havana Superior Institute of Design (ISDI, 1994). After graduation he began a collaboration experience under the name ‘Ordo Amoris Cabinet’, after the Latin words for ‘order’ and ‘love’ (1994-2003). Hernández currently lives and…

  • photo: Anne Pöhlmann

    Milk Can Escape A lonelyfingers Finds collection

    In 1901, Harry Houdini introduced his own trademark, the Milk Can Escape. In this act, Houdini was handcuffed and sealed inside an over-sized milk can filled with water and make his escape behind a curtain. To represent the heightened drama, Houdini invited members of the audience to hold their breath for the duration of the…