Mit Borras - Harmory Corp.
Mit Borrás (1982, Madrid) presents Harmony Corp, an international corpporation and a digital spa that promotes eternal life and the dream of transformation into an infinite machine through digital stimulation. At Harmony Corp, they believe that a long, healthy and fulfilled life is based on a solid balance between body and mind. Harmory Corp is an international corporation dedicated to your physical and emotional well-being. Harmony Corp is a philosophy and a doctrine of the soul. The new work of the artist is a space for relaxation inspired by traditional transcendental meditation and the most advanced techniques. The corporation is a center of studies for the recovery of sensory stimulation and wellness. Their ideology promotes transhumanism, technological transcendence, nature, peace and sustainability.
Three levels of sensorial experiences are offered by Mit Borrás, audiovisual stimulation designed as a means of escape and deep contact with the natural environment in their spaces and online rooms: Serenity, Chromotherapy and Nature. You can also meditate and experience absolute perception everywhere and at all times with your digital devices: Ipad, Iphone / IOS, Android System and VR Headset.
Harmony Corp activates your brain capacity. They research based on the principles of cognitive ergonomics and GOMS – a specialised human information processor model for human-computer interaction observation: Goals, operators, methods for achieving goals, and a set of selections rules. Harmony Corp believes in immortality through technology. Harmony Corp embraces the future.
Mit Borrás (1982, Madrid) is a Spanish artist. BFA at the Complutense University of Madrid and specialized in Art and Cultural Studies in Berlin, (Germany). He developed his research on Media Art at the Twente University in Enschede, the Netherlands (2006) where he participated intensely in the Dutch contemporary art scene. He relocated back to Madrid where he oversees the production of video art festivals while also carrying out projects as an independent curator. In 2010 he moved to Berlin to participate in the Glogauair Residency and co-directed Fünf Galerie. He has worked as a coordinator of several cultural projects regarding media art and was working as a curator for the Instituto Cervantes in Berlin. He also currently combines his artistic practice with his work as an art critic in Neo2 Magazine.
His work is exhibited internationally in selected exhibitions such as in the Hara Museum, Tokyo (2010), Kreuzberg Pavillon, Germany (2013) and Norway (2016), Fonoteca Nacional, Mexico DF (2010), Palacio Fernandini, Lima (2016), Aleph Projects, Tel Aviv (2017), and the Museum of Fine Arts in Chile (2017). He has also been represented by Inés Barrenechea Gallery (2010–14). He continues to lecture within England, Colombia, Peru, the Netherlands, Spain and Germany. His work has been selected and awarded by Transmediale, (2011), United Creators Awards (2009), Loop Barcelona (2010, 2015–17), Art Lima (2016) and The Media Art Biennale in Chile (2017). He currently lives and works in Madrid, he is professor of New Media of Contemporary art and communication in Escuela Sur and is a member of the international agency of artists and theorists Front Views in Berlin. Mit Borrás is represented by Ex- girlfriend Gallery.
David Quiles Guilló launches the by curators strand by selecting 6 artists/collectives for his participation in AOS. Relating to arebyte Gallery’s 2019 programme home, each project takes a different stance on the theme using sound, Internet Aesthetics, movement of data and online and real-life interactions
David Quiles Guilló runs The Wrong, a new digital art biennale happening online and offline. In the recent past he founded and directed the festival NOVA Contemporary Culture (2010-2012) and founded, directed and published the art magazine ROJO (2001-2011) among many other art projects.
The next artist in David Quiles Guillo’s project is: Mario Santamaria
…by guest curators invites four curators each year from international digital art galleries, online spaces, biennales and festivals to present online projects and commissions for a period of three months. Each curator is encouraged to showcase artists within or outside of their networks, and to experiment with the platform and how they present projects. This strand of AOS initiates conversations with similar spaces globally and contextualises our work on an international scale.