Exhibitions, publications, workshops, actions and other experiments

An experiment designed by Becoming collective in collaboration with Tecnopolí

The Influencers 2018

A workshop led by PWR Studio about decentralised online publishing for artists, future designers, visionary publishers, grassroots activists, and advocates of a truly social network.

The Influencers 2018

A Walk in Fukushima is an immersive 360-degree video piece filmed in and around the uninhabitable radioactive area. The intimate experience inside the inaccessible includes sites of the exhibition Don't Follow the Wind and comes in close proximity to the power plant. In the video, a former resident describes a visit to his abandoned home and his internal conflict at having worked for a company affiliated with TEPCO.

The Influencers 2017

A workshop by Amy Suo Wu on how to make, apply and activate various kinds of invisible inks such as milk, lemon juice, starch, baking soda and saliva. Invisible inks are one of the oldest forms of steganography, the art and science of hiding in plain sight. In the workshop, you will also learn of its history and basic theories of invisible ink and steganography.

The Influencers 2017

A People's cloud
A Critical Engineering workshop lead by Danja Vasiliev

The Influencers 2017


The Internet Yami-Ichi (Internet Black Market) is a flea market which deals "Internet-ish" things, face-to-face, in actual space. Both flea markets and the Internet are fanatical and chaotic mixes of the amazing and useless. In the Internet Yami-Ichi both the wills and desires which brought us to create the Internet, and the wills and desires we picked up once we got there, are salvaged to be shared in a social space.

The Influencers 2017

A new European partnership and programme (2017-2019) in collaboration with five leading cultural organisations from across Europe – Abandon Normal Devices (UK), Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain), The Influencers (Catalonia, Spain), Transmediale (Germany) and STRP (Netherlands).

An Internet Yami-Ichi is a flea-market for Internet-ish things
It's free, fun, uncensored & with beer.

The Influencers 2016

A 2-days workshop led by Joana Moll about the complex network of material and immaterial agents that converge on the configuration of the Internet and its impact on the physical world

The Influencers 2016

A two-day workshop with Gene Kogan aimed at introducing the field of machine learning, with a focus on the techniques and critical issues of interest to journalists, activists, and citizen scientists.

The Influencers 2016

How did the internet go from the utopian free-for-all, open source heaven, libertarian last frontier to the current state of permanent surveillance, exhibitionism and paranoia?
March 10 – April 1, 2016
Ljubljana (Slovenia)
April 7 - 30, 2016
Rijeka (Croatia)

A web based artwork by Evan Roth, based on the artist’s most recent research and documentation of Sweden’s main Internet submarine fibre optic cable landing locations. These landing locations are transitional moments in which fibre optic cables join the undersea communication network, allowing continents to communicate digitally – send emails, Skype, phone.

Chelsea's Wall

A Dark Passage operation in Barcelona, made possible by Julia Solis, Tom Kirsch, Alessandro Toffoli, John Law.

"The Critical Engineer raises awareness that with each technological advance our techno-political literacy is challenged."

#TheLostHour Challenge

Daylight saving time was devised to ensure agricultural labourers worked appropriate number of hours in the day and a peculiar quirk in the winter months, in various countries throughout the world clocks are brought back 1hr.

Dead Drops Installation Trip Barcelona - The Influencers 2013

When: Friday Nov. 8 - 3pm
Meeting point: Center of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (Hall)
Entrance: 0 €¥$

Blu en el Carmel / Blu in the Carmel

During The Influencers 2009, Blu painted one of his monster figures over a huge wall, located at a crossroads on the top of the hill of the working class neighborhood El Carmel. Against all odds (including rain, hailstones and journalists), we spent a whole week at that crossoroads talking to neighbors and trying to figure out what the big shape on the wall would become.

ZEVS - Graffiti Illumination (Influencers 2010)

Graffiti Illumination - Operación táctica realizada por Zevs en las calles de Barcelona

Bici Muerte at The Influencers 2010
Blood, Sweat and Bikes
SØKKØMB - Influencers 2010

Designed for all kinds of customers, SØKKØMB is a practical and affordable solution to the security problems that affect our world. SØKKØMB, a guillotine for your house: light, easy to unpack and mount right in your living room.

Inside Out Barcelona

Inspired by JR’s large‐format street "pastings", INSIDE OUT gives everyone the opportunity to share their portrait and make a statement for what they stand for.

The 1st speedshow in Barcelona!
"Hit an Internet-cafe, rent all computers they have and run a show on them for one night..."

"Now! Now! Let your body tell you. Do you accept or reject this devil chain store? Will you allow the alien corporation Starbucks to come into your body? Into your neighborhood, into your town? Do you accept the devil chain store?"

Secret Dinners are social gatherings in extraordinary, off-limits locations. They were started in New York in 2006 in response to large, impersonal warehouse parties, and have occurred in abandoned tunnels and the site of the 1964 World's Fair. This will be the first Secret Dinner in Barcelona and the first outside of New York City.

In 2007, Janez Janša, Janez Janša and Janez Janša decided to legally change their names into the name of then Slovenian Prime Minister. A workshop / brainstorming with Janez Janša about his project and the possibilities of artistic intervention through improper names.

Fear of Banking - Barcelona 2012

Picture this: Barcelona, Catalonia Square, at about 1pm of a Friday. A small and silent crowd of customers enters the lobby of Deutsche Bank, one of the big banks that most actively supports non renewable energies all over the world. The crowd is silent and sad, someone even starts to weep and sob. Doors open again, a white-suited preacher with bleached hair enters while a woman, a mother approaches and the crowd opens up to let her in....

«Symbolizing all the persecuted crimeless dissidents in the world, the huge portrait of artist Oleg Vorotnikov in the courtroom should be placed on the walls of the most unexpected places, preferably touristic sites, monuments, ministries as close to the name of the ministry as possible… the more provocative the better until you get the Prime Minister’s back». VOINA’s media artist Alexei Plutser-Sarno.