Carlos Sáez
Carlos Sáez
Carlos Sáez
Carlos Sáez
Carlos Sáez
Carlos Sáez
Carlos Sáez
Carlos Sáez
Carlos Sáez
Carlos Sáez
Carlos Sáez
Carlos Sáez
Carlos Sáez
Carlos Sáez
Carlos Sáez
Carlos Sáez
Carlos Sáez
Carlos Sáez
Carlos Sáez


Carlos Saéz (Valencia 1988) is a multidiscipline artist specialised in digital media. His principle object of study is the relationship between the human and technology, which he often develops in his work, bringing to the fore the aesthetic of the machinery itself and its programming. In his series “Hardware Fetish” the artist gives tribute to the abandoned technological apparatus, especially the screen. In this ambit he creates pieces halfway between machine and religious relic in which he honours the negative space which the non-flux of information leaves behind. One of the most present concepts in his work is “morphological freedom” proposed in the philosophy of extropy. For this he makes use of media such as illustration, video or 3D, to capture the desire of the human being to modify his or her natural appearance in the virtual environment. In 2012 Carlos created a curatorial web project based on the concept of the “exquisite cadaver” which other digital artists from all over the world have collaborated on.
Carlos Sáez has exhibited works at: The Whitney Museum of American Art (NY), The Museum of Modern Art (NY), MAMCO (Ginebra), Museum of the Moving Image (NY), Untitled Art Fair (Miami), National Portrait Gallery (London), The Armory Show (NY), Transfer Gallery (NY), La Térmica (Málaga), Las Naves (Valencia) and Espai Tactel (Valencia).


Lives and works in València / Vive y trabaja en València / Viu i treballa a València


Solo Show ”Concrete Effect”, Espai Tactel, València, Spain
Group Show “Les Escenes. 25 Anys Després” at La Capella, curated by Eloy Porta, Barcelona
Group show “I Want to Know” curated by Johanna Caplliure & Amanda Moreno in Centro Arte Complutense (Madrid, Spain)

Group Show “The Search of (modern) Pleasure” at Mira Festival, Barcelona
Estampa Art Fair with Espai Tactel, (Madrid, Spain)
Arte Santander solo project with Espai Tactel, (Santander, Spain)
Hardware Fetish at Arte Santander 2018, Spain
Launching of “Fetiche” Video in collaboration with Arca

“Animal Attraction”, anthropomorphic collaboration with Pin-Up Magazine
“Human Appearance Optional” featured on Awham Magazine, Berlin
Digital installation with BIIS at Tom Greyhound, Paris

“Ways of Something” curated by Lorna Mills at Whitney Museum of American Art, NY
Digital installation at Rombaut SS017 showroom, Paris
“Ways of Something” curated by Lorna Mills at Northwest Film Forum, Seattle
Exhibition “Real Life Exodus” at La Térmica, Málaga

“Ten Years At the Zoo” curated by Carlos Sáez at Las Naves, València
“Real Life Exodus” by Carlos Sáez. Commissioned by Las Naves, Valéncia
“Ways of Something” curated by Lorna Mills at the Photographer’s Gallery, London

BYOB Geneva at BAC + MAMCO (Geneva, Switzerland)
“I Five You”, a gif groupshow celebrating Cloaque’s 2nd anniversary (Madrid, Spain)
“A Real Story” photography group show at Rambleta (València, Spain)

Printed version of by Art F City presented at Untitled Art Fair Miami 2013
“National #Selfie Portrait Gallery” at Moving Image Contemporary Video Art Fair (London, UK)
“Your Banner Here” at Fach & Asendorf Gallery (online)
“Tropical Gif” groupshow curated by Manuel Fernandez at Domain Gallery (online) screening by Daily Motion at the Northside Festival (NY) talk at Share Conference (Rijeka, Croatia) screening at “New Filmmakers”, the New York Anthology Film Archives (NY)
Video screening at MoMA Poprally, Museum of Modern Art (NY)
Decenter: An exhibition on the Centenary of the Armory Show, Abrons Center (NY)
Creative direction tutorial at Istituto Europeo di Design. (Madrid, Spain)
DVD Dead Drop Vol.5, curated by Fach & Asendorf Gallery at Museum Of Moving Image (NY,USA)
Exhibition at JustMad. Espai Tactel (Madrid, Spain)
Gif screening at “When Analog Was Periodical”, Z-Bar (Berlin, Germany)
Collective exhibition at La Rambleta on Espai Tactel 2nd Anniversary (València, Spain)
Launching of ( 1st. anniversary project) curated by Claudia Maté and Carlos Sáez

2012 Exhibition at Smith Gallery, Ringling College of Art and Design (FL, USA)
Foundation of

Exhibition “Teenagers do it Better” in Espai Tactel Gallery (València, Spain)

Fashion-film showcase in Madrid Fashion Week, (Madrid, Spain)


Colección Kells, Santander, Spain