Fernando G. Tamajon
Since 2009
Works in Fuengirola Spain

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BIO
Fernando García Tamajón (aka Malaventura) was born in Málaga, Spain in 1978
Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences in the UMA (University of Malaga, Andalucía, Spain).

2000-2003 Present a multidisciplinary work for the University that include web art, Videos and an interactive CD with some tracks of electronic music.
Later, he released two records under his alias Malaventura (”Malaventura01” and “Malaventurados“)

2005 Release two Eps with the pianist Alejandro Ventura - Mal(A.Ventura)2: ruidos+pianos, where both explore the territory between the classic minimalism and the distorted electronics and Jazz.

2006 Produce the Video “Sea Monsters”. Apoetical narration through in slicks about rare abyssal creatures.
Exhibition of “Sea Monsters” in several Festivals like the Fascurt or the Sagunt’s Mostra.

2007 “Sea Monsters” was awarded like the best Videoart in the Andalusian short films contest of Malaga Council and in the Magmart (International Videoart Festival , www.magmart.it).
In December of that year “Sea monsters” appears in the Tv show about Videoart, Transfera (in Canal Autor, orange TV, spain).
Malaventura released a new record where he tried to put together electronics sounds with the jazz cadences and entitled it like “The secrets of the Moon”. That Autumn produce “Boxes“, a video about hidden souls inside a humbles objects.

2008 Exhibited in the Athens Videoart Festival (www.athensvideoartfestival.gr), in the Optica International Videoart Festival (http://www.opticafestival.com)or in the Milano Film Festival this Video has been prized in the Magmart 2008 and in the Andalusian short films contest of Malaga Council. Both Videos, “Sea monsters” and “Boxes” are part of the Casoria Contemporary Art Museum Videoart collection, The Andalusian Film Library Catalogue and are exposed in the Ob-art Gallery of Barcelona
At the end of this year, malaventura produce the second chapter of his interplanetary collection of Eps, Now it’s the turn of MARS.