Influenza

A creation and research collective comprising Raquel Rennó and Rafael Marchetti. A Fine Arts graduate Rafael Marchetti (Argentina) has been working since 1990 in programming and since 2000 in the creation of digital media. In turn, Raquel Rennó (Brazil, lives and works in Barcelona) is a university lecturer who is currently preparing a doctorate on residual communication modes in the urban spaces of megalopolises. Both have been artists-in-residence at MedialabMadrid, and their projects have won distinctions in FILE (2004) and Prog:me (2005). Their work has been exhibited, among others, at ACM Multimedia (Singapore), FILE (Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro), Tohu Bohu Gallery (Marseilles), Comafosca, Nuevas Geografías (Mexico), Accea (Armenia), Soundtoys, Runme, Break 2.3 (Ljubljana), Viper (Basel), VII Digital Art Salon in Havana, and Ars Electronica (Linz).

www.influenza.etc.br

Madrid Mousaic, 2005

Interactive installation

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Interactions between art, science, technology and society in Spain’s digital culture

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