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LOCATE ME exhibition

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I ll be showing Map and Silver Cell at this upcoming group show next week in Berlin. I am curious, looks like a pretty good mix of different art disciplines ….

Opening: Friday, 21 Mai 2010, ab 19 Uhr
22.5. – 8.8.10
Locate Me

Kunstraum Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
Curated by  Florina Limberg und Daniela Walz

with: Aram Bartholl (Silver Cell, Map), Gaspar Battha, Tjorg Douglas Beer, Julius von Bismarck, Yasmine Chatila, Andreas Nicolas Fischer, Robert Heel, Dirk Holzberg, Annja Krautgasser, Lea Asja Pagenkemper, Desiree Palmen, Pony Pedro (Mark Thomann, Sebastian Wagner, Franziska Werner), Willi Sengewald/TheGreenEyl, Eva Alexandra Stueben, tat ort (berlinger & Fiel), The Product (Patrick Kochlick & Dennis Paul), Alexa Wright/Alf Linney, Jens Wunderling

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May 12th, 2010 at 12:11 pm

“hello? …. hello? … are you still there?”

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Silver Cell is one of my oldest projects but still cutting edge technology ;-)
I recently picked up the production again and made a quick video documentation.

Silver Cell from Aram Bartholl on Vimeo.

Limited multiple: edition of 50
Dimensions: 16 x 8 cm
Material: silver-plated polyamid fabric, 3 layers, cord, cordstopper

More pictures and text on project page.

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January 6th, 2010 at 1:58 pm

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Silver Cell at "Our Cyborg Futures: Me or Machine?"

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Silver Cell mobile phone pouches will be part of this exhibition at Newcastle’s Discovery Museum , opening mid august.

Our Cyborg Futures: Me or Machine? looks at the shrinking divide between us and the technology we use. From prosthetic body parts, to smart textiles and wearable computing, a range of technologies is penetrating the different ‘skins’ we surround ourselves with – from our biological skin, to the clothes we wear, the buildings we live in, and the communication networks we connect through.
The Cyborg show will range from robots designed to help elderly people, through state-of-the-art devices for health, care, fashion and sport, to devices that connect our minds to communication networks….

via and read on at

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July 12th, 2007 at 2:01 pm