Laufende Termine

Urban Art Biennale

26. April – 10. November 2024
Biennial, Völklinger Hüttte, Saarbrücken

The World In My Hand

18. April – 31. October 2024
Gruppenausstellung, Alexanser Tutsek-Stiftung, München

The World in My Hand explores the smartphone as both object and aesthetic inspiration for artistic creation. It comments on public debates surrounding the many uses of smartphones: from always-on media consumption to digital detox, from swiping and matching to ghosting and blocking, from language atrophy to information overload, from resource depletion to status symbol.

The curators, Dr Jörg Garbrecht and Katharina Wenkler, have chosen a narrative approach to the exhibition. In eight chapters, they summarize various aspects and debates surrounding the smartphone, ranging from the launch date of our daily digital companion to its characteristic touchscreen and the contractions of time and space it enables. Deeply personal moments – such as Ai Weiwei’s selfie at the moment of his arrest or Sergey Melnitchenko’s photograph of his son during a blackout in Kyiv – appear alongside themes of perception and presentation of the self, as realized in the glass sculpture Stability by Julija Pociūtė. Other subjects include: looking for love online, as in Ariane Forkel’s Casanova’s Kabinett or John Yuyi’s Tinder Match; the complexities and pitfalls of digital communication, for example in the works of James Akers or Alejandra Seeber; and the smartphone as a means of staying in touch during pandemic lockdown isolation, for instance in the work of George McLeod. Edward Burtynsky’s photograph of lithium mines in the Atacama Desert calls attention to the topic of raw materials for electronic devices.

With works by:
Tornike Abuladze, James Akers, Ai Weiwei, Kate Baker, Aram Bartholl, Tillie Burden, Edward Burtynsky, Yvon Chabrowski, Julia Chamberlain, Rachel Daeng Ngalle, Erwin Eisch, Ariane Forkel, Shige Fujishiro, Valentin Goppel, David Horvitz, Artem Humilevskyi, Gudrun Kemsa, Zsuzsanna Kóródi, Brigitte Kowanz, George McLeod, Sergey Melnitchenko, Jonas Noël Niedermann, Julian Opie, Cornelia Parker, Katie Paterson mit Zeller & Moye, Julija Pociūtė, Rebecca Ruchti, Karin Sander, Jeffrey Sarmiento, Alejandra Seeber, JanHein van Stiphout, Jolita Vaitkute, Sascha Weidner, John Yuyi, Jeff Zimmer

Bilder

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Kommende Termine

25 Jahre Stiftung Springhornhof

21. September – 3. November 2024
Gruppenausstellung, Springhornhof, Neuenkirchen

Flussbad Berlin

11. – 30. September 2024
Gruppenausstellung, Roter Saal, Berlin

Vergangene Termine

Killyourphone workshop

13. April 2024
Workshop, Transmediale exhibition hosted by Kunstraum Kreuzberg, Berlin

14:00 – 16:00

Killyourphone is an open workshop format. Participants are invited to make their own signal blocking phone pouch. In the pouch the phone can’t send or receive any signals. It is dead! This workshop was run for the first time at the Chaos Communication Congress in Hamburg end of 2013.

Stitch Incoming!!

25. March 2024
Curatorial, Speed Show at Web Cafe, Athens

Monday 25th of March, 7:00 PM at Web Cafe, Eptanisou 40, 113 61 , Kypseli – Athens

with:
!Mediengruppe Bitnik with Selena Savić & Gordan Savičić , Ingrid Hideki, Joanna Bacas, Kyriaki Goni, Maria Mavropoulou, Marina Gioti, Marsunev, Nadja Buttendorf, Theo Triantafyllidis

Curated by Aram Bartholl & Socrates Stamatatos

Speed Show lands in Greece, the country of souvlaki, the sun (yes we can claim that they originated a celestial body), ouzo, feta, an enormous financial debt. Currently, Greece is also trending for all the wrong reasons namely, gentrification, queerphobia, state crimes and more dystopic incidents.
As 2024 unfolds, we find ourselves amidst a whirlwind of confusion, bombarded with a cacophony of online horrors to consume, an attention span further abbreviated by TikTok’s algorithm and the barrage of incoming stitches.

Stitches Incoming serve as a conduit for creators to engage and converse, traversing from one topic to the next. They have evolved into a new social fabric, weaving connections within an ever-shifting digital and physical landscape while also serving as a testament to personal and collective traumas, both past and present.

What unites the participating digital artists? Perhaps everything and nothing simultaneously… Departing from the traditional Speed Show setup, where artworks are carefully stacked inside internet cafe computers, and drawing inspiration from the structure of TikTok stitches, each piece seems to propel the conversation forward, or perhaps uses the next as a springboard for its own narrative.

Stitch this and stitch that, we have everything you ever wanted (maybe) ! Are we stuck in an infinite loop of sh*tposting, valuable content, the highlight of social issues, personal and interpersonal experiences?
Maybe! Come and find out…

More info on Speed Shows at https://speedshow.net/stitch-incoming/

Killyourphone workshop

23. March 2024
Workshop, Transmediale exhibition hosted by Kunstraum Kreuzberg, Berlin

14:00 – 16:00

Killyourphone is an open workshop format. Participants are invited to make their own signal blocking phone pouch. In the pouch the phone can’t send or receive any signals. It is dead! This workshop was run for the first time at the Chaos Communication Congress in Hamburg end of 2013.

Killyourphone workshop

9. March 2024
Workshop, Transmediale exhibition hosted by Kunstraum Kreuzberg, Berlin

14:00 – 16:00

Killyourphone is an open workshop format. Participants are invited to make their own signal blocking phone pouch. In the pouch the phone can’t send or receive any signals. It is dead! This workshop was run for the first time at the Chaos Communication Congress in Hamburg end of 2013.

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Obsolete Presence

Juli 29, 2017

 
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 New piece I made for the group show „Odyssey“ at Möhnesee. http://odyssey.to/

‚Obsolete Presence‘, Arrr…
Dimensions: 200 x 240 cm
Medium: 4C print on forex, wood, mirror
Aram Bartholl
2017




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Skulpturprojekte at Kunstverein Arnsberg

Oktober 17, 2016
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Britta Peters
Vortrag
Montag, 17. Oktober 2016, 19 Uhr
Anlässlich der Ausstellung von Aram Bartholl, möchten wir Sie zum Vortrag von Britta Peters einladen, Kuratorin von Skulptur Projekte Münster 2017.
Seit ihrer ersten Ausgabe 1977 haben sich die Skulptur Projekte Münster zu einer der weltweit wichtigsten Ausstellung von Kunst im öffentlichen Raum entwickelt. Ihr großzügiger Turnus von zehn Jahren macht die Skulptur Projekte nicht nur zu einem besonderen Ereignis, sondern auch zu einem Ort, an dem jenseits von Moden und Trends nach der Zeitgenossenschaft öffentlicher Kunst gefragt wird. Im Sommer 2017 sind zum fünften Mal internationale Künstlerinnen und Künstler eingeladen, an einem selbstgewählten Ort innerhalb der Stadt Münster ein Projekt zu realisieren. Ein gutes halbes Jahr vor der Eröffnung am 10. Juni 2017 gibt Kuratorin Britta Peters einen kurzen Einblick in den Stand der Planungen, um anschließend, anknüpfend an die aktuelle Ausstellung von Aram Bartholl, die Frage zu diskutieren, ob und wie die zunehmende Digitalisierung unseres Alltags
herkömmliche Vorstellungen von öffentlichem Raum verändert.
Britta Peters (*1967) arbeitet als Kunstkritikerin und freie Kuratorin. 2008-2011 leitete sie den Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof. 2012 kuratierte sie die Ausstellung „Demonstrationen. Vom Werden normativer Ordnungen“ im Frankfurter Kunstverein. 2014 gefolgt von dem Ausstellungsprojekt „Krankheit als Metapher. Das Irre im Garten der Arten“ an verschiedenen Orten in Hamburg.

AV / DV

Juli 22, 2016

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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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#remindmelater DOCUMENTATION

Juli 14, 2016

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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/