Interview: Leer en la Nube.

November 19, 2022

Installation shot, Measure – A Stone’s Throw, Sala José Saramago, Madrid 2022

Here’s a translation of the interview I recently gave in Spanish to Leer en la Nube about my show Measure: A Stone’s throw. La versión original se encuentra aquí.

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Introductory Text for upcoming solo exhibition – Sala José Saramago, Leganés, Madrid 22 Sept – 27 Oct 2022

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Colourful Lives, 2022, gathered sticks and acrylic paint, variable dimensions

The artist has gone for a series of walks near his home in Madrid.  Anyone can go to these places and lots of people have already done so. Some will be easily identifiable, especially for people from Madrid. Others, however, hidden away, will most likely not have been noticed.

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Mountains of the Mind

January 9, 2021

A response to Covid-19

Mountains of the Mind, 2021, cardboard, onion paper and acrylic paint.

Interactivos?’14: Rethinking collective behaviour and action.

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Riverrun: New Video

August 9, 2014

This video shows the real-time crystalisation of a Riverrun trial experiment run at Medialab-Prado in Madrid. The fonts, size, colours and shape of the text have been set on the visualisation control panel and patterns of repetition are shown through changes in the colours of the text.

One of the first tests of the Riverrun visualisation platform, designed by Guillermo Casado.
Event: Literaturas digitales/Artes digitales.
Time: 04.07.2013, 18:30 – 21:00.
Place: Medialab-Prado Auditorium (2nd Floor).

On Thursday 4th July 2013, Kevin McCourt and Guillermo Casado will  present Riverrun and participate in an open discussion at Literaturas digitales/Artes digitales, an event organised by Medialab-Prado, Complutense University and Université Paris 8, in collaboration with Amelia Sanz y Philippe Bootz.

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On the 12th and 17th June 2013, collective writing experiments were undertaken with teachers and adult students at the British Council in Somosaguas, Madrid. The purpose of these tests was to evaluate the new visualisation controls developed by Guillermo Casado, in collaboration with Kevin McCourt, and gain further feedback on the usability and reliability of the collective writing interface. These tests proved very successful. The feedback has allowed us to make a few final adjustments and move forward to the exhibition stage.

Our immediate plan is to now work with groups of writers within and across different parts of the Spanish-speaking and English-speaking world. We hope to project these collective works in public space as they crystallise in real-time and then publish final outcomes as literary works.

A description of how the visualisation panel works (in Spanish) can be found here: Instrucciones Visualizador Riverrun (1)

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We are pleased to announce that we have received a production grant from Modelico (CSIC). This will enable our excellent new programmer Guillermo Casado ( to develop the logic of Riverrun’s architecture and enhance the visual impact of its presentation. This will ensure that Riverrun’s real-time experiments adequately serve both a scientific and artistic function.

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1. A brief description of concepts and processes.

2. A description of Riverrun’s collective creative function as a transdisciplinary project.

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Both Riverrrun and Colourwall address how we are influenced by others; how we compete and collaborate, as we collectively create in a social network. They are conspicuously contemporary in this regard.

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