Posts Tagged ‘fernandoprats

10
Nov
11

Fernandoprats : Photography

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Yes, I like watching and I watch

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Fernandoprats
‘Yes, I like watching and I watch’
Part of “Instant compositions instants” series.
2010
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Right sense/s

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Fernandoprats
‘Right sense/s’
Part of “Barceloning” series.
2010
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through an abbreviated dictionary

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Fernandoprats
‘through an abbreviated dictionary’
Part of “Instant compositions instants” series.
2010
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I waited for you

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Fernandoprats
‘I waited for you’
Part of “Álbum sin nombre” series.
2011
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Mushrooms that spring with the thaw in winter

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Fernandoprats
‘Mushrooms that spring with the thaw in winter’
Part of “Organics are strange animals, never ending {¿^}” series.
2011
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Seen in Alicante, yes, please, like this

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Fernandoprats
‘Seen in Alicante, yes, please, like this’
Part of “Seening” series.
2011
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Some look green four times a week, at least
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Fernandoprats
‘Some look green four times a week, at least’
Part of “Elegance, please… monsters” series.
2011
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This particular sequence is constructed from numerous different series of ‘FotoWorks’ by Fernando. Therefore, I would encourage anyone who is intrigued by these marvelous works to click on each individual image to view texts & tags. This will resignify the speech of each image and each series, allowing for a better understanding of context and a further appreciation of the artists original intent.

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Website

More Works

Y Sin Embargo Magazine

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21
Sep
11

Y SIN EMBARGO magazine Last/s, #29 (new! published!)

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If communicating means to put something in common, is it possible, today, at the height of

the era of communication, putting something in common? Or all we got are monologues?

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Y SIN EMBARGO magazine Last/s, #29 (new! published!)

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About this issue………Seven years of a periodical and independent publication is perhaps both necessary and long enough a time to verify or put into practice a set of ideas, wishes and adventures.

YSE closes a cycle, but doesn’t close (neither literally nor metaforically). New situations, new circumstances and, most of all, new wishes and interests consume and demand the always limited well of time and energy. We have grown in this seven years without any kind of sponsoring, there was never a financial support or even modest underpinnings to give any logic of survival to the publication.

Everything has been done on breathhold, in a respiratory exercise, at times painful, even if oxygen (of course intangible) always managed to be there in the end. Nevertheless these are times of generalised asphyxia and sometimes – even though nostalgia or stubbornness exert their seduction- it is necessary to dry dock the boat, caulk and face different courses. We will go on…….but we will be other.

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edit, direc & comple by fernandoprats

art direc & desig by Estudi Prats

virtual soport by Rivera Valdez

biotranslations by Alicia Pallas

video by Raquel Barrera Sutorra

music by Albert Jordà / Nevus project

almostopen_by manuel alcaide mengual

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from

roman aixendri manuel alcaide mengual brancolina wilma eras oriol espinal ezook rosa delia guerrero manuel diumenjó h.o. kozology françoise lucas juan pablo sáenz graciela oses alicia pallas carlos pataca leonie polah fernandoprats miguel ruibal nirvana sq jef safi alain vaissiere dou_ble_you azure_b

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from

a coruña, amsterdam, antwerp, barcelona, bielefeld, buenos aires, campredó, dundee, grenoble irapuato london, mar del plata, méxico d.f. nijmegen seattle sevilla tarragona terrassa toronto toulouse

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Thanks to all those who have been reading and watching.
Thanks to all those who take and took part.
You’ll be hearing from us.

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24
Jun
11

Y SIN EMBARGO magazine #28 : me/END/you (independent)

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Y SIN EMBARGO magazine #28, me/END/you (new!, free, independent)

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Y SIN EMBARGO magazine #28, me/END/you (new!, free, independent)

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Concerned with being constantly updated, with obtaining the latest model of who knows what, with wearing the badge of the modern, informed, up-to-date consumer.

Undermined by ubiquitous messages that insist in reminding us that there’s always something better, that what we have is nor will never be enough, is bound to be old, of the last season or, which is the same but not, of centuries ago, which in consumption is equal to an era.

What if we decide not to be?

What if we decide not to run in pursuit of a future made into a gadget, a SUV or a trendy shirt?

It’s then that we realise we’re forced. That was seemed an option is nothing but a way to mask the fact that the objects themselves force us to discard them.

-They have a voice of their own and take command.

The operating system is no longer compatible with the software we need to install, the laptop does not have the required input for the new peripheral, the Ikea table didn’t resist the move, the soles of the shoes we bought last spring have come apart.

All of this thoroughly programmed to support a system that in turn supports us. To keep a job, to support the job of those who support ours, to not break a cycle of purchase-disposal-purchase beyond which we panic just to look.

And while we once again prepare to update, we fill up the trash bin with wasted resources. We dispose of the work of others: work designed to be thrown away. Objects with a programmed expiration date, which serve their only function without errors or delays: to make sure we remember to make our next purchase.

Is this the only way to keep the cycle?

How long will resources be able to support a race without (a) finishing line(s)?

Will we wait until then to imagine alternatives?

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edit, direc & comple by fernandoprats

art direc & desig by Estudi Prats

virtual soport by Rivera Valdez

biotrans by Alicia Pallas

video by Raquel Barrera Sutorra

music by Albert Jordà / Nevus project

almostopen (now also on the ipad) by dou_ble_you

tapcover & back: ‘Recycled memories’ & ‘Keep in touch’ images by Brancolina

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with…Roman Aixendri, Vivi Cecilia Atencio Arrojas, Brancolina, Hernán Dardes, Wilma Eras, Oriol Espinal, Rosa Delia Guerrero, Thomas Hagström, H.O., Kozology, Françoise Lucas, Graciela Oses, Paula Palombo,
Alicia Pallas, Leonie Polah, fernandoprats, Miguel Ruibal, Jef Safi, Susan Wolff and dou_ble_you

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from… a coruña amsterdam antwerp barcelona buenos aires campredó grenoble

hispalis irapuato london mar del plata nijmegen struer tarragona terrassa toronto

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23
Mar
11

Azurebumble : ‘Remixes’ of (Fernandoprats) – YSE #27

“Sun Bathers”
Fernandoprats (Remixed)
by Azurebumble
2011

“Treasure Hunters”
Fernandoprats (Remixed)
by Azurebumble
2011

“Desert Architecture”
Fernandoprats (Remixed)
by Azurebumble
2011

“Suspension”
Fernandoprats (Remixed)
by Azurebumble
2011

“Dollhouse Levitation”
Fernandoprats (Remixed)
by Azurebumble
2011

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‘Remixes’ created using specific elements from a sequence of photos by ‘Fernandoprats’.

Made for Y SIN EMBARGO magazine #27, in-significant (new!, free, independent)

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Azurebumble : Website

12
Dec
10

Fernandoprats : Photography

Traveling to become humbler

Fernandoprats
‘Traveling to become humbler’
Part of People are people, 2.0 relationships and others.
2010

Absinther

Fernandoprats
‘Absinther’
Part of Prahabsynth series.
2010

Muerte del ángel

Fernandoprats
‘Muerte del ángel’
Part of Songfots series.
2009

for an oleaginous overview

Fernandoprats
‘For an oleaginous overview’
Part of Instant compositions instants.
2010

Answerer

Fernandoprats
‘Answerer’
Part of Prahabsynth series.
2010

Probably you

Fernandoprats
‘Probably you’
Part of “New York Old” series.
2010

Dyslexic dialogue

Fernandoprats
‘Dyslexic dialogue’
Part of Instant compositions instants
2010

This particular sequence is constructed from numerous different series of ‘FotoWorks’ by Fernando. Therefore, I would encourage anyone who is intrigued by these marvelous works to click on each individual image to view texts & tags. This will resignify the speech of each image and each series, allowing for a better understanding of context and a further appreciation of the artists original intent.

Website

More Works

Y Sin Embargo Magazine

26
Sep
10

Azurebumble : Postcards for Fernando (Digital Collage)

A series of four images for : Y SIN EMBARGO magazine #25 : issue – “just a memory”

Azurebumble
“Postcard for Fernando 1″
Digital collage : photographs and graphics
September 2010

Azurebumble
“Postcard for Fernando 2″
Digital collage : photographs and graphics
September 2010

Azurebumble
“Postcard for Fernando 3″
Digital collage : photographs and graphics
September 2010

Azurebumble
“Postcard for Fernando 4″
Digital collage : photographs and graphics
September 2010

VIEW THE IMAGES ABOVE ON A WHITE BACKGROUND

The subject of this Y SIN EMBARGO is memory, its role, its functions, its updates, upgrades, its new roles, dynamics, places and functions, and to go beyond in the forcing of logic or critical readings around these questions, the present issue will not have a permanent existence, available, ubiquitous, at hand, as a part of the shared memory that we humans have on the web; on the contrary, it will be lost, it will be a work sent directly to the void, where nothing supports it, as a fragile, dubious entity, or a pile of organized energy in a dissipative medium. Just like our old memories, or all that we cannot download from our heads (or access anywhere).

YSE#25, just a memory, will cease existing on October 5th, 2010.

Y SIN EMBARGO magazine #25

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