Performance at Fabra i Coats + action at Sorli Supermarkets, 15’55”
Installation: transparent polypropylene panel, absorbent fridge paper, 150 prepackaged meat labels
300 x 100 x 2 cm
Produced with the support of Livemedia and Sorli supermarkets


Carnivore, later renamed DCS1000, was a system implemented by the FBI designed to monitor email and electronic communications. It used a customizable packet sniffer that can monitor all of a target user’s Internet traffic and share this information with the industry in order to develop appropriate standards. Considering current systems of control such as Carnivore or Echelon and taking as a reference Marx’s Theory of Alienation, this project presents the human being as a prepackaged meat product with its functionality, traceability and fixed price per hour.



Location: Fabra i coats, Barcelona.
This real-time performance shows me as a fictional student at MAI, Marina Abramovic Institute, prototype for Hudson, USA. The performance repeats the series of actions guided by Abramovic in order to learn the Abramovic method, recently patented by the artist for the sake of “Preserving Performance Art”.

The intervention consisted of re-labelling prepackaged meat products with the purpose of showing the human species as a commodity. The action was performed in the supermarket Sorli, La Sagrera.

The installation consists of ten of prepackaged meat products re-labeled during the action in the supermarket. A silver panel shows 150 prepackaged labels that correspond to the highest paying jobs, the most demanded ones and worst paying jobs in the world today, thus the ones that sustain and perpetuate the market business.


Labels Installation, Young Gallery Weekend 2017
Re-labelled Artist packaged meat
Installation of 10 packaged professional meat products: Politician, Soldier, Priest, Lawyer, Miner, Engineer, Journalist, Teacher, Official, Plastic Artist.
Detail of installation 
Supermarket action at Sorli
PPA, Preserve Performance Art

MAI fictional Student, performance at Fabra i Coats


Related links:
Young Gallery Weekend