Phoney

Phoney TM

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Andújar, Daniel Garcia

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Phoney provides the public with a power structure that confronts us with our different ways of reading and judging systems of control. An interface on a computer screen enables the user to carry out attacks on sensitive telecommunication infrastructures and to send flows of information over the main national telephone company. The programme enables the user to destabilise, manipulate, spy, defraud or destroy from the operative position which he holds. The public has in his/ her hands the necessary information and tools to the sensitive infrastructures, damage or destroy systems, make free phone calls to Australia, violate electronic mail, obtain private information an act that for many is routine, carried out regularly in an anonymous and intimate way. For those who have equipment, knowledge and intention, technology can be used at any time, any place, anywhere; it is oblivious to borders and jurisdictions. This creates an interaction between what is considered private and public, national and supranational, local and global. The possible threat to the company depends on both the capacity and the intention of the user and at the same time one´s selfcontrol. Daniel Garcia Andújar


Artist Andújar, Daniel Garcia
Title Phoney TM
Subtitle Video documentation
Country E
Created
Category interactive work
Medium CD-ROM
Production Technologies To The People(r) / Andújar, Daniel Garcia
Camera Andújar, Daniel Garcia
Cut Andújar, Daniel Garcia
Actors Andújar, Daniel Garcia
Programing Andújar, Daniel Garcia
URL Artwork http://www.irational.org/tttp/primera.html

Andújar, Daniel Garcia
Andújar, Daniel Garcia

*1966 in Spain (E); since 1996 he has been developing a project titled Technologies To The People (TTTP), which has led to further developments, both in the net and with physical media (exhibitions, installations, CD-Roms). He began his artistic activity in the late eighties, working mainly in the field of video, in projects of intervention in puplic spheres on the topics of racism and xenophobia, as well as the misuse of technology in surveillance systems.

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