Daniel García Andújar (Almoradí, 1966) is a visual media artist, activist and art theorist from Spain that lives and work in Barcelona. Andújar began his artistic activity in the late eighties, working mainly in the field of video, in projects of intervention in public spheres on the topics of racism and xenophobia, as well as the misuse of technology in surveillance systems. An artist who uses irony and presentation strategies that employ informational and communication technologies to question the democratic and equalitarian promises of these media and criticize the desire for control lying behind their apparent transparency. Most of his art projects are based on collaborative research that explores different political, historical, social and cultural phenomena and their media representations in a critical way: body politics, corruption, censorship, xenophobia, urban developments, the cultural industries, the inclusion and exclusion of technologies, the use of public space, etcetera. He created a fiction (Technologies To The People, 1996). It was originally presented as a virtual company dedicated to bringing technological advances closer to the least privileged, a sort of vague corporation that reproduced dissuasive language, the identity tics and visual archetypes associated with the commercial companies in the digital environment. A long-time member of irational.org (international reference point for art on the web), He have tried to encourage different collectives projects on the Internet such as art-net-dortmund, e-barcelona.org, e-valencia.org, e-seoul.org, e-sevilla.org, e-stuttgart.org, postcapital.org, e- madrid.org, etc. He has taught and directed numerous workshops for artists and social collectives in different countries.