SaladeArteSocial.COM opens with Daniel G. Andújar its programme Small Data: small monuments of net art, interventions by international pioneers of net art created specifically for this digital space founded and curated by the team PSJM. This first intervention is supported by the Spanish Ministry of Culture and Sport.

SaladearteSocial.COM grows with Daniel G. Andújar’s Small Data Laboratory, a research group hosted by the young digital space that explores the relationships between artists, between artists and public based on Tate Modern’s database. The Small Data Laboratory provides interactive graphic animation and information to the users. An aesthetic experience pierced  by information. In a way, this laboratory is a project of institutional critique that explores, uses, and unveils the way how algorithms of individuation separate the wheat from the chaff in mountains of big data. The Small Data means the self-interested customisation of Big Data information.

Daniel G. Andújar (Almoradí, 1966) is a visual artist, theorist and activist who works and lives in
Barcelona. He is one of the leading exponents of net.art internationally. He is the founder of Technologies To The People and member of irational.org. He is the director of many Internet projects such as e-sevilla.org, e-valencia.org, e-Seúl.org, e-madrid.org or e-barcelona.org.

He is one of the most national and international acclaimed Spanish artists, as evidenced by his participation in Documenta14 in Kassel and Athens in 2017, and the retrospective exhibition Daniel G. Andújar. Sistema Operativo that the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía dedicated to him in 2015. His latest solo exhibition, El Tercer Estado, was held at La Virreina Centre de la Imatge in Barcelona (2020).