After LeWitt, 2011
Tiza azul sobre pared. Medidas variables
The artist says: Sequence, repetition and accumulation are strategies that I use in several of my installations. As if it where a graphic, a representation of brain waves. To create a rhythm in the corridor, an unoccupied space. To create it again.
The creation of number, ensembles or spaces involves a mental simulation of situations. Looking for species implies a thorough search in memory for vague fossil traces. These stories can be found in two points in situations that resemble and occupy a great part of wasted time: play and sleep or more precisely play and dream.
Mariano Sigman. “La maquina que construye la realidad”
Daniel Joglar was born on 1966 in Mar del Plata. He lives and works in Buenos Aires. He graduated from the Escuela de Artes Visuales Martín Malharro, where he currently teaches. He participated on the Guillermo Kuitca program for young artists (1997-1999). Amongst its solo exhibitions are: Micropolíticas (MAC, Bahía Blanca, 2011); Período Azul and Geografía (Dabbah Torrejón, 2009 y 2001); The Invisible Jump (Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art, Texas, 2006); Artists Space (Nueva York); Hormigas, Arañas y Abejas (Centro Cultural Borges, 2004); Espacio Experimental (Fundación Proa, 1999) and Daniel Juglar (Alianza Francesa, 1998). Amongst his group exhibitions are: Space Exchange (Aid & Abet, Cambridge); An Exchange with Sol LeWitt (MASS MoCA / Cabinet, Massachusetts); Punto-línea-curva (Centro Cultural Borges); Donaciones, Adquisiciones y Comodatos (Malba, 2009); Civilización y Barbarie (Argentinos Contemporáneos) (Espacio Cultural Renato Russo, Brasilia, 2004); Últimas Tendencias, Donaciones (MAMBA, 2002); and Balance 98 (Fundación Proa, 1998). He was in residence at Centraltrak, University of Texas (Dallas, 2009) and Art Omi International Artists Residency (Nueva York, 2007). He received awards from the Fondo Nacional de las Artes, the Asociación Argentina de Críticos de Arte, the Fundación Antorchas and the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Bahía Blanca, amongst others. His works were included in many private collections and institutions internationally and locally.