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About the product
Designed by Cory Arcangel in partnership with Bravado, the global music merchandising company, the Arcangel Surfware 2015 “Fuck Negativity” sliders are inspired by Arcangel’s iconic 2014 sculptural work, Going Negative / Lakes. The original work – part of the artist’s “Lakes” series – is a sculpture consisting of a flat–screen television turned on its side displaying the phrase “FUCK NEGATIVITY”. The phrase has been mirrored by the Java applet “lake,” which creates a shimmering, seemingly liquid reflection along a horizontal axis.
About the artist
Cory Arcangel (b. 1978, Buffalo, New York; Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York) is a leading exponent in technology-based art. Selected solo exhibitions include: currentmood, Lisson Gallery, London, UK (2016); Hot Topics, Lisson Gallery, Milan, Italy (2015); All The Small Things, Reykjavik Art Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland (2015); You Only Live Once, Holiday Inn, New York, NY, USA (2014); Beat the Champ, The Curve, The Barbican, London, UK (2011); Here Comes Everybody, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin (2010); Depreciated, Netherlands Institute for Media Art, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2009); Request for Comments, Max Wigram Gallery, London, UK (2007); Don’t Touch My Computer, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France (2006).
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