LOS ANGELES, 2009.
DAYTODAY was a personal barter network that spanned over 7 years (2002-2009). Through an online site I offered all kind of services and objects in exchange for things I needed and wanted at the moment.
What Daytoday basically proposes is that we rethink the way we value things and situations. How can we value something based upon a set of circumstances like memory, love or attraction, nutrition, ideology, personal preferences, spiritual significance amongst others, instead of valuing things for their monetary value, or the time we spent with them. It’s this shift in the way we value things that I ultimately ask people to share with me. While I am very interested in understanding how others react to this proposition, I must confess that Daytoday was mostly about me. It was a continual personal testing site. How do I relate to strangers? How do I move in a new city? How do I feel about this or that situation or exchange? Do I want to take a position? Do my emotions affect my social skills? How am I going to engage with the public?
NEW YORK, 2006.
2002 – Secession, Vienna.
2006 – Whitney Biennial, New York.
2006 – North Adams, Massachussets.
2007 – Teorética, San José.
2008 – NGBK, Berlin.
2009 – g727, Los Angeles.
2009 – Frieze, London.