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AV / DV

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AV / DV
intervention & object
rubber, metal, 40x5x2cm, video 1:49 min

AV /DV is a customized 40 cm pressure hose – AV  Auto valve / DV Dunlop valve adapter – to balance pressure between a car and bicycle tire. First tested and shown at Remind me later solo show at Kunstverein Arnsberg.

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July 22nd, 2016 at 11:33 am

#remindmelater DOCUMENTATION

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Aram Bartholl, ‘Aluthut Workshop (tinfoil hat workshop)’ 2016. Display view. Courtesy Kunstverein Arnsberg

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Aram Bartholl, ‘Remind me later’ 2016. Exhibition view. Courtesy Kunstverein Arnsberg

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Aram Bartholl, ‘Remind me later’ 2016. Exhibition view. Courtesy Kunstverein Arnsberg

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Aram Bartholl, ‘Remind me later’ 2016. Exhibition view. Courtesy Kunstverein Arnsberg

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Aram Bartholl, ’5 min, 1h, tonight, tomorrow…(Remind me later)’ 2016. Display view.  Courtesy Kunstverein Arnsberg

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Aram Bartholl, ‘Aluthut Workshop (tinfoil hat workshop)’ 2016. Display view. Courtesy Kunstverein Arnsberg

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Aram Bartholl, ‘Aluthut Workshop (tinfoil hat workshop)’ & Shooting Your Film With Quality’ 2016. Display view. Courtesy Kunstverein Arnsberg

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Aram Bartholl, ‘Shooting Your Film With Quality’ 2016. Display view. Courtesy Kunstverein Arnsberg

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Aram Bartholl, ‘AV/DV’ 2016. Performance in public, video still. Courtesy Kunstverein Arnsberg

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Aram Bartholl,  ‘AV/DV’ 2016. Display view. Courtesy Kunstverein Arnsberg


Aram Bartholl, ‘AV/DV’ 2016. Performance in public. Vdeo 1:49. Courtesy Kunstverein Arnsberg

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Aram Bartholl, ‘The Internet’ 2015 & ‘Shake it!’ 2015. Display view. Courtesy Kunstverein

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Aram Bartholl, ‘Atlas Shrugged’ 2016. Display view. Courtesy Kunstverein

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Aram Bartholl, ‘Atlas Shrugged’ 2016. Display view. Courtesy Kunstverein

 

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Aram Bartholl, ‘Greenscreen Arnsberg’ 2016. Performance in public, video still.  Courtesy Kunstverein Arnsberg

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Aram Bartholl, ‘Greenscreen Arnsberg’ 2016. Performance in public, video still.  Courtesy Kunstverein Arnsberg


Aram Bartholl, ‘Greenscreen Arnsberg’ 2016. Performance in public. Video 3:47. Courtesy Kunstverein Arnsberg

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Aram Bartholl, ‘Phone Zone’ 2016. Display view, installation in public. Courtesy Kunstverein Arnsberg

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Aram Bartholl, ‘Phone Zone’ 2016. Display view, installation in public. Courtesy Kunstverein Arnsberg

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Aram Bartholl, ‘Touch screen to begin’ 2016. Display view, installation in public. Courtesy Kunstverein Arnsberg

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Aram Bartholl, ‘Touch screen to begin’ 2016. Display view, installation in public. Courtesy Kunstverein Arnsberg

Thanks to the whole team of the Kunstverein Arnsberg!! It was a crazy good week putting this together with a lot of help of many people, thank you everyone! THX to Vlado Velkov making all this possible! :))

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Pressrelease:

ARAM BARTHOLL
Remind Me Later
8.07. – 28.09.2016

Kunstverein Arnsberg e.V.
Königstraße 24
59821 Arnsberg
www.kunstverein–arnsberg.de

Perhaps you are reading this text on your mobile device?.

Do you have your phone under control or does it have a grip on you in its grip?

The consequences of technological developments on our social lives and relationships is a central theme in the work of Aram Bartholl.

In the current exhibition, Bartholl looks into the digital everyday live. ‘Remind me later’ is a very well known term for us instantly recognisable to us as users. As a form of reflex and self-defence against the constant stream of new automatic updates, we immediately the click tap othe ‘Remind me later’ button has become a habitual immediate reaction.

Digitalisation can undoubtedly connect us, but can also produce alienation. Meet with friends? Spend time outdoors in nature? Remind me later. Often, the mobile phone is more captivating of attention than the person sitting opposite. The limitless possibilities of communication have more to offer than real life? Really?

Aram Bartholl investigates the social side effects of digitalisation, and examines their influence on our analogue lives. In doing so, his work often incorporates outdoor space and blends perceptions of the real and the virtual. His work in Arnsberg continues in this vein, with humour and great sensitivity.

Aram Bartholl was born in Bremen in 1972 and lives in Berlin. He is guest professor at the Kunstakademie in Kassel and at UCLA in Los Angeles.

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All pictures -> flickr.com/photos/bartholl/albums/72157670961661206/with/28305068065/

 

 

Written by Aram

July 14th, 2016 at 5:12 pm