Instructions for an offline art lifting Barbell Upright Row1. Stand up and hold the barbell with your hands in front of your thighs, hands at a medium-grip position, palms facing backwards.2. Raise the barbell until it reaches the top of your chest and lower it back down slowly after a short pause.3. Be careful not to jerk your back in an effort to help you raise the barbell.Military Press - Standing1. Stand up and hold the barbell in front of your neck, just above your shoulders.2. Push the barbell straight up until your elbows come close to locking and lower it back down slowly after a short pause.3. Be careful not to jerk your back in an effort to help you raise the barbell.Barbell Push Press1. Stand up and hold the barbell in front your neck, just above your shoulders, knees slightly arched.
2. Push the barbell straight up until your arms are close to locking and lower it back down slowly after a short pause.
3. Breathe out while pushing up and breathe in while lowering back.
With a background in Hacktivism, Net Art and Video Art, Guido Segni, aka Clemente Pestelli, (b. 1980, Italy) lives and works somewhere at the intersections between art, pop internet culture and data hallucination. Mainly focused on the daily (ab)use of Internet, his work is characterized by minimal gestures on technology which combine conceptual aproaches with a traditional hacker attitude in making things odd, useless and dysfunctional. In quite recent years he moved from an identity to another producing works, actions and interventions under pseudonyms, collectives and multiple names (Dedalus, Clemente Pestelli, Guy McMusker, Angela Merelli, Anna Adamolo, Guy The Bore, Umberto Stanca, Silvie Inb, Fosco Loiti Celant, Guru Miri Goro, Leslie Bleus, Luther Blissett). Co-founder of Les Liens Invisibles , he exhibited in galleries, museums (MAXXI Rome, New School of New York, KUMU Art Museum of Talinn) and art & media-art international festivals (International Venice Biennale, Piemonte SHARE Festival, Transmediale). Currently he teaches at the Accademia di Belle Arti of Carrara, directs the imaginary REFRAMED lab and he is part of the editorial committee for the project Atypo.— www.guidosegni.com