All Dates

The Sea Is Glowing

1. August 2020 – 1. November 2020
Group Show, Exportdrvo, Rijeka

An international group exhibition which deals with the invisible economics linked to the sea. With their works, world-respected artists deal with unusual and radical phenomena, from strange online shops to the empires of amateur pornography and other golden coasts.

In the geographical sense, Europe is a maritime continent: considering the ratio of the length of the coast to the total land surface, Europe has more contact with the sea than any other continent. For Rijeka, the port, as well as the sea, is not only a place of loading and unloading or the arrivals and departures of boats. The port is the heart of the city and symbolically important for the identity of the city. This is why the sea, i.e. new forms of work and economy which are connected to the sea, is extremely important for both Rijeka and Europe.

The Sea is Glowing exhibition focuses primarily on new invisible economies that are inextricably linked to the sea, such as the exploration of oil and ores in the depths of the sea, the establishment of offshore tax havens on the coasts and the launch of libertarian start-ups in self-sufficient colonies which float in international waters. All of the mentioned activities are part of the new economies which include new forms of work (such as care and welfare) or new forms of capital circulation (such as free ports). Considering the (occasional) specificity of their tax models, port cities such as Rijeka are very important for such types of economies. The exhibition brings together the works of artists who investigate unusual Amazon shops, the increasingly present outsourcing of healthcare, “the black chimneys” and deep-sea mining, the hidden offshore havens, the dark empires of amateur pornography and other golden coasts.

The curator of the exhibition is Inke Arns (DE), famous for her work in media art. She is the artistic director of the Dortmund Hartware MedienKunstVerein (HMKV) organisation and the curator of numerous international exhibitions that have been shown around Europe and the world – from Berlin, Glasgow and Warsaw, from Ljubljana and Nova Sad, all the way to Moscow, Tel Aviv and Hong Kong.

Stadt der partizipativen Visionen

1. August – 31. December 2020
Group Show, ZKM - Zentrum für Kunst und Medien, Karlsruhe

Seasons of Media Arts. Stadt der partizipativen Visionen
ZKM | Zentrum für Kunst und Medien

On entering a living being. From Social Sculpture to Platform Capitalism

18. May – 16. August 2020
Group Show, Kunstraum Kreuzberg, Berlin

Eintritt in ein Lebewesen. Von der Sozialen Skulptur zum Plattformkapitalismus
On entering a living being. From Social Sculpture to Platform Capitalism

When Joseph Beuys coined the phrase of the “social sculpture” in the 1970s, he was not aware of the development of the internet at the same time. However, in interviews and lectures he frequently hints at the possibility of a new kind of medium, that would allow the audience to participate and that could serve as a plattform for political debate and action.

With the international proliferation of the internet and the possibility of communication and cooperation that it has delivered, it is timely to compare its promise with the utopian ideas of Joseph Beuys. Has the net enabled new forms of collective creativity? Or does it serve as a means to turn this
“general intellect” (K. Marx) into raw material that companies like Google, Facebook, Twitter et al use to make a profit?

The exhibition with works by approximately 38 artists reflects the methods by which companies such as YouTube, Google, Fiverr or Amazon Mechanical Turk have made the exploitation of the creativity of their users into a business model. About half of the works were created in response to the current
“platform capitalism”. A selection of older works traces the idea of “collective creativity” back to original emancipatory ideas from the early days of the Internet such as “crowd sourcing” and finally to Joseph Beuys’ “social sculpture”.

Over the last decade, a number of companies have made a business model out of offering plattforms for the sale of creative work on the web as online services or “microjobs”. Through providers such as Amazon Mechanical Turk or Fiverr, creative services such as texts, designs, videos or apps can be commissioned for prices that are often far below the fee that a professional designer would charge. In many ways, the artistic works that were once thought of as “crowd sourcing art” – a genre that has its own Wikipedia entry by now – today seem like naive anticipations of these exploitative practices,
which in turn have also been reflected by artists in recent years.

The exhibition brings together works that comment on and criticize the “gig economy” that has emerged, and by juxtaposing them with works from the nineties and noughties, places them in a historical context that ultimately dates back to Joseph Beuys’ “social sculpture” – some of the artists involved even explicitly referenced Beuys and his slogan: “Everyone is an artist.” The exhibition will be accompanied by events that address the model of “platform capitalism” in the cultural sphere in discussions, video presentations and lectures.

Participating artists:
Cory Arcangel, Joseph Beuys, Aram Bartholl, Natalie Bookchin, Irene Chabr, James Coupe, Andy Deck, Constant Dullaart, Mark Flood, John D. Freyer, Aaron Koblin & Daniel Massey, Steffen Köhn, JODI, Miranda July & Harrell Fletcher, Olia Lialina, Jonas Lund, Judy Malloy, Michael Mandiberg, Neozoon, OMSK Social Club, Nam June Paik, Mark Salvatus, Sebastian Schmieg & Silvio Lorusso, Ralph Schulz, Guido Segni, Johannes StÜttgen, Alex Tew, Amalia Ulman, Van Gogh TV

Curated by Tilman Baumgärtel, Hochschule Mainz

Die kleine Intervention: Weniger Spektakel, mehr Wirkung?

13. February 2020
Performance, Brecht-Haus, Berlin

Die kleine Intervention: Weniger Spektakel, mehr Wirkung?
Mit Aram Bartholl und Helgard Haug (Rimini Protokoll)
Moderation Cornelius Puschke

Veranstaltungsort: Literaturforum im Brecht-Haus
Einlass: ab 18:30 Uhr

Anhand von Aram Bartholls »Dead Drops« (mit Live-Installation!) und Projekten von Rimini Protokoll geht es um die Frage, ob kleine, unauffälligere Aktionsformen letztlich wirksamer sind als skandalöse Groß-Interventionen.

The Supermarket Of Images

11. February – 7. June 2020
Group Show, Jeu de Paume, Paris

We live in a world that is increasingly saturated with images. Their number is growing so exponentially – each day more than three billion images are shared on social networks – that the space of visibility seems to be literally inundated. As if it can no longer contain the images that constitute it. As if there were no more room, no more interstices between the images. This brings us closer to the point that Walter Benjamin imagined, almost a hundred years ago now, as “the one hundred percent image space”. Faced with such an overproduction of images, questions need to be asked, more than ever before, about their storage, management, transportation (even if it is electronic) and the paths they follow, their weight, the fluidity or viscosity of their exchanges, their fluctuating values – in short, questions about their economy.

In the book from which this exhibition is derived1, the economic aspect of the life of images is called iconomy. The works and artists chosen for the exhibition cast a keen and watchful eye over these issues. On the one hand, they reflect the upheavals that currently affect the economy in general, whether in terms of unprecedentedly large storage spaces, the scarcity of raw materials, labour and its mutations into intangible forms, or in terms of value and its new manifestations, such as cryptocurrencies. On the other hand, however, these works also question what happens to visibility in the age of globalized iconomies: caught up in an incessant circulation, the image – any image – appears increasingly like a freeze frame (arrêt sur image), that is as a temporary crystallization, as the provisionally stabilized balance of the speeds that constitute it.

In the supermarket on display here, images of the economy always involve the economy of the image. And vice versa, as if they were the recto and verso of the same page.

Particiapting artists:
Kevin Abosch, Aram Bartholl, Taysir Batniji, Samuel Bianchini, Robert Bresson, Sophie Calle, Maurizio Cattelan, Emma Charles, Chia Chuyia, Minerva Cuevas, DISNOVATION.ORG, Antje Ehmann, Sergueï Eisenstein, Max de Esteban, Harun Farocki, Sylvie Fleury, Beatrice Gibson, Máximo González, Jeff Guess, Andreas Gursky, Li Hao, Femke Herregraven, Lauren Huret, Geraldine Juárez, William Kentridge, Yves Klein, Martin Le Chevallier, Zoe Leonard, Auguste et Louis, Lumière, Kazimir Malévitch, Elena Modorati, László Moholy-Nagy, Andreï Molodkin, Ana Vitória Mussi, Trevor Paglen, Julien Prévieux, Wilfredo Prieto, Rosângela Rennó, Hans Richter, Martha Rosler, Evan Roth, Thomas Ruff, RYBN.ORG, Richard Serra, Hito Steyerl, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Ben Thorp Brown, Victor Vasarely, Pierre Weiss

Curated by
Peter Szendy, Emmanuel Alloa and Marta Ponsa
Exhibition organised by the Jeu de Paume

Co Talk

11. February 2020
Talk, Co Gallery, Paris

Artist talk at Co Gallery, Paris.

8 pm, Feb 11th 2020

8 rue de Douai
75009 Paris

Museumsnacht Basel

17. – 18. January 2020
Group Show, HeK - Haus der elektronischen Künste, Basel

Museumsnacht “Fashion & Selfie”
Veranstaltung/Führung, Installation, Workshop

17.01.2020, 18:00-02:00

Am HeK erwartet das Museumsnacht-Publikum eine zukunftsweisende Ausstellung zu Mode und Technologie mit dem Titel “Making FASHION Sense”, eine riesige Selfie-Installation, eine verführerische interaktive Porträtmaschine und ein Workshop für modische Accessoires.


Die Ausstellung Making FASHION Sense widmet sich dem Thema Mode und Technologie und zeigt intelligente Kleidung, die auf die Umwelt reagiert, und aktuelle ökologische Trends im Bereich der Modeindustrie.


Die Partizipative Installation Point Of View von Aram Bartholl lädt die Besucher ein in den riesige Handyskulpturen Selfies zu machen.


Bei der interaktiven Installation LIMINAL von Louis-Philippe Rondeau kannst Du ein Zeitporträt von Dir erstellen.

18.00-01.00 (DE/FR/EN)

Walk-in Workshop Smarte Fingerhandschuhe

Im Workshop kannst Du deine Handschuhe mit leitfähigem Garn besticken, damit Du auch im Winter mit wollig warmen Händen „swipen“ kannst.

18.30, 20.30 und 22.30 (DE/FR)

Kurzführungen durch die Ausstellung

Führungen in Deutsch und Französisch / Visites guidées en allemand et en français

19.00 und 21.00 (DE/EN)

Kuratorenführungen mit Sabine Himmelsbach und Katharina Sand

Link in bio

17. December 2019 – 14. March 2020
Group Show, MdbK, Leipzig

Opening 16.12. 6pm

The use of social media has become part of everyday life, established and young artists cannot and no longer want to do without it. They work with it. They are where their audience is. Once they were websites, now they’re social media, especially Instagram when it comes to visual arts.

After the protagonists of Net Art, the technology utopians of the early 1990s, soon realized that the Net would not undermine classical art institutions as exhibition venues, the next generation of artists who responded to the Internet took over. The buzzword Post-Internet Art quickly spread. The term was coined by the artist and theorist Marisa Olson: “I’m going to toggle back and forth between video and internet because some of the internet art that I make is on the internet, and some is after the internet.” What sounds like an attitude to life became a collective term for artists who, instead of making art in the browser, again made art for the exhibition space.

Social Media Art, on the other hand, takes up Net Art’s utopia of being able to democratize the art world. The audience can be reached directly via Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Tumblr and Twitter. Young artists react to social media and their content, to new features and technologies.

The show “Link in Bio. Kunst nach den sozialen Medien” at the Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig curated by Anika Meier presents over 50 works on how the production and reception of art change in the age of social media. The exhibition shows installations, photographs, sculptures, videos and paintings. The show is a follow-up to “Virtual Normality. Net Artists 2.0” (2018).

Participating artists: Thomas Albdorf, Jeremy Bailey, Viktoria Binschtok, Aram Bartholl, Arvida Byström, Nadja Buttendorf, Petra Cortright, Filip Custic, Constant Dullaart, Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg, Anna Ehrenstein, Oli Epp, Tom Galle, Adam Harvey, Lauren Huret, Andy Kassier, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Olia Lialina, Brandon Lipchik, Jonas Lund, Jillian Mayer, Florian Meisenberg, Marisa Olson, Andy Picci, Sebastian Schmieg, Leah Schrager, Kristina Schuldt, Thomas Webb, Steffen Zillig and many others.

Opening 16.12.2019, 18 o’clock

The exhibition is sponsored by the Kulturstiftung des Bundes.

Kill your phone

14. – 15. December 2019
Workshop, Centre culturel suisse. Paris, Paris

Samedi 14 décembre : atelier Kill your phone / Lawrence Lek
13h-16h30 – Atelier : Kill your phone – Comment s’éclipser du réseau
sans réservation – en continu

Nos téléphones mobiles nous sont certes très utiles, mais ce sont aussi des espions. Dans cet atelier, vous pourrez coudre une pochette pour téléphone qui le protège de tous signaux et connexions. Un petit « gilet de sauvetage » pour toutes celles et tous ceux qui ne veulent pas être constamment localisés et considèrent la surveillance permanente d’un œil critique. Cet atelier intitulé « Kill you phone » a été développé par l’artiste Aram Bartholl, il est organisé par Patricia Huijnen, médiatrice à la HeK.
Télécharger le kit de création de la pochette “Kill your phone”

16h30 – Projection : Lawrence Lek AIDOL 爱道 (2019), 85 min. Courtesy the artist and Sadie Coles HQ, London

ASAP – transferring the immediacy of the digital to culture

8. November 2019
Talk, James-Simon-Galerie, Berlin

In our Q IMMERSION re:publica will host a keynote talk on how active community participation is an essential part of curating this unique event. We further show examples of crossdiciplinary digital projects – focussing on political art and net activism in line with next year’s conference motto “ASAP – As Soon As Possible”. Besides that, artists Nadja Buttendorf, Aram Bartholl and Sebastian Schmieg share how digitalisation has influenced their work across interdisciplinary borders, for example by using Open Source and Open Access strategies as key values.

The Glass Room

16. October – 13. November 2019
Group Show, Tacitical Tec, San Francisco

To passers-by, The Glass Room looks like another slick, clean-lined store offering the latest shiny consumer products. Step inside, and you’ll discover something more unusual but nothing for sale. What goes on behind the screens and inside the black boxes of the devices we interact with everyday? If we knew, would we still sign-in or click ‘I agree’? How much trust do users invest in big tech companies, and what can be done if that trust is broken?

Asuntos De Nuestro Espacio

10. October – 11. November 2019
Group Show, Centro Cultural Ricardo Rojas, Buenos Aires

Asuntos De Nuestro Espacio (Matters of our space)

“Matters of our space” is an exhibition of art that is built around social dynamics, ways of living and technologies that are used and built collectively today.

Seduced by clicks, forms and applications, we update our data without being aware of it. Day by day we carry out actions that are integrated into a set – no longer local but global – of information. Our daily experiences are transformed into links in a process that happens on a global scale and of which we do not know its logic and functioning.

Curated by Cristian Reynaga (Argentina), Asuntos de nuestro espacio presents the works of Aram Bartholl (Germany), Varvara Guljajeva (Estonia) and Mar Canet (Spain), Rafael Lozano-Hemmer (Mexico), Martín Nadal (Spain), Nayantara Ranganathan (India) and Manuel Beltrán (Spain), that by means of techniques, devices and strategies that they themselves construct, make visible protocols and technologies that form part of our contexts both in the digital and physical environment, involving a critical perspective on these same media.

Along with a program of talks, with the participation of Margarita Martínez, Valentín Muro, Victoria Papagni and Manuel Beltrán among others, workshops and interventions in public space, this exhibition proposes the city as an environment for discussion on the place we give to technologies in our intimate space and in our public, physical and digital space.

Artists: Aram Bartholl (Germany) – Varvara Guljajeva (Estonia) and Mar Canet (Spain) – Rafael Lozano-Hemmer (Mexico) – Martín Nadal (Spain) -Nayantara Ranganathan (India) and Manuel Beltrán (Spain). Curated by Cristian Reynaga. Production and coordination of workshops: Candela del Valle. Curatorial assistance: Carolina Aliotta. Audiovisual production: María Laura Morán.

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Stadstriennale: Screen It

5. October 2019 – 5. January 2020
Group Show, Stadstriennale Hasselt Genk, Hasselt, Genk

The main exhibition SCREEN IT takes place on the Corda Campus, currently one of the fast growing tech incubators in Europe. But also the former basecamp of Philips where technologic innovations as audio and videocassettes or Laservision were invented that help spreading the western visual culture over the world. The dominance of this culture, linked to the omnipresence of screens is the starting point of the exhibition. Artist as Nam June Paik or Wolf Vostell already tackled the possibilities of screens in art and culture in the ’60. Paik’s famous quote “Television tortured the intellectuals for a long time… it is about time that the intellectuals torture television” clearly presents this generation ambiguous positions towards screens. This approach can easily be transferred towards our current society filled with buzz words as big data, social media, VR or augmented reality. The exhibition thus will tackle the current status of the arts towards the cultural impact of the screen fueled culture we live in.

Sometimes as a source of inspiration, as a canvas or as starting point for debate, the current and future generation of artists is touching the limits of technology or the impact on contemporary art esthetics, news gathering, politics, social commitment and more. The generation of digital natives, born with their fingers clued on a screen, is investigating a world with or without screens, questioning virtual worlds and augmented realities in an intriguing way.
Artists (22)
Nam June Paik
Hito Steyerl
Rodney Graham
Mounir Fatmi
Wolf Vostell
Bill Viola
Cory Arcangel
Aram Bartholl
Constant Dullaart
Jonas Lund
Tabor Robak
Tabita Rezaire
Rafaël Rozendaal
Carla Gannis
Émilie Brout & Maxime Marion
Karl Philips
Dries de Poorter
Arvida Byström
Molly Soda
Jeroen Van Loon
Olga Fedorova
Tom Galle

Coventry Biennial of Contemporary Art

4. October – 24. November 2019
Group Show, Coventry, Coventry

The highly anticipated second Coventry Biennial will unfold across the city from the 4th October to the 24th November 2019 and we invite people to learn, look, make, talk, think and walk with us.

The biennial’s title this year is The Twin and it comprises a series of exhibitions, events and activities about relationships.

We are an international city; Coventry and Volgograd, Russia, were the first modern twin cities in the world and this year marks the 75th anniversary of that historic bond of friendship.

The core programme of The Twin will unfold across the city in medieval and modernist buildings as well as in artist studios, galleries and museums. We will be exhibiting new and existing artworks by individual artists, duos and groups from Coventry, across the UK and from many of our international twin cities as well as other international locations. We are delighted to be exhibiting the artists listed below and will be announcing a small number of additional practitioners over the coming weeks and months:

Isobel Adderley & Jazz Moreton, Tully Arnot, Art & Language, Jonny Bark, Aram Bartholl, Jordan Baseman, James Birkin, Simon & Tom Bloor, James Bridle, Lorsen Camps, Paul Chan & Badlands Unlimited, David Cheeseman, James Clarkson, Anna Columbine, Maud Cotter, Paul Crook, Matthew Darbyshire, Joseph DeLappe, Lisa Denyer, Jacqueline Donachie, Caitriona Dunnett, EVOL, Anne Forgan, Dylan Fox, Darryl Georgiou & Rebekah Tolley, Zuza Golinska, Noémie Goudal, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Mona Hatoum, Corey Hayman, Nicky Hirst, Clare Holdstock, Fred Hubble, Andrew Jackson, Juneau Projects, Navi Kaur, Smirna Kulenović, Liz Lake, Ollie Ma, Ioana Marinescu, Tony McClure, Lorna Mills, Anna Molska, MTAA, Alexandra Muller, Edie Jo Murray, Uriel Orlow, OUTLINE & Smirna Kulenović, Paper Rad, Bharti Parmar, Parmar & Piper, Partisan Social Club, Mathew Parkin, Matthew Picton, Duncan Poulton, Adele Mary Reed, Lis Rhodes, Rafaël Rozendaal, Ana Rutter, Richard Scott, Shirana Shahbazi, Larissa Shaw, Thomson & Craighead, Leonid Toprover, Chidera Ugada, Mhairi Vari, Nilupa Yasmin


26. September – 8. November 2019
Solo Show, Roehrs & Boetsch, Zurich

For his first solo exhibition in Switzerland, Aram Bartholl delves in to origins, effects and legacies of our daily usage of social media through portable devices. Built on the ashes of a scaled, thin-paper model of the Facebook HQ front sign in Menlo Park, California, which burned down in a fire before the opening, the exhibition brings together in a cohesive installation a new set of printed, sculptural and video works.

A recent study reported on the New York Times by writer and journalist Benedict Carey, found that phone users switched screen activities every 20 seconds on average, and rarely spent more than 20 minutes uninterrupted doing any one of them. With the daily screen time of an adult being 8 to 10 hours today, scientists have started to look into our habits and screen-shifting patterns. Adapting the concept of genome, the genetic code that determines the characteristics of a living beings, experts feel now able to identify a “screenome”, as each individual screen-time experience appears to be sequential, disjointed and unique.

A series of floating open hands, the images of which are photos from an online stock agency, gesture towards one another in a semi-open position, as a sign of collaboration and participation as well as leading back to the way we hold our smartphones. The withstanding frame of the burned-up work remains on its ashes at the center of the room, while a video of the fire – apolitical act of protest against what is today the largest sharing platform, is playing on a screen. A number of disused phones lies on the ground on a pile of fire-retardant debris, some of which have come to cover copies of a free local newspaper on a nearby table. Inside, an article denounces swimmers’ difficulties in separating from their smartphone while in the waters of the river Aare, Switzerland.

The personal computer, the internet and, most recently, the smartphone represents a paradigm shift in the way we communicate today. The promise of openness and equality of the World Wide Web has now been superseded by gigantic sharing platforms such as Facebook which, together with our devices, collect and contain the most intimate track record of our emotional and personal history. Shading light on a society of which interactions are shaped and controlled by machines we cannot fully understand neither control, making us in fact controlled by them, Bartholl addresses electronic waste as a moment of emotional detachment from our past experiences though equally liberating from the slavery of control to which we are involuntarily subjected.

Immortality – The Ural Bienniale

12. September – 1. December 2019
Group Show,, Ekaterinburg

The Ural Industrial Biennial is the largest regional art project with international participation among those existing on the territory of the Russian Federation. The Biennial takes place at former industrial and non-exhibition spaces in Ekaterinburg and other cities of the Ural region.

In its 5th edition, the Ural Biennial explores concepts behind the Immortality, both secular and sacred; it is seen as a powerful utopist idea, as technocratic obscurity, as a symbolic tool and as a condition which might cause evident ethical schisms.

Xiaoyu Weng

Zarouhie Abdalian & Joseph Rosenzweig | Agency of Singular Investigations (Stanislav Shuripa, Anna Titova) | Carlos Amorales | Petr Antonov | Evgeny Antufiev & Lyubov Nalogina | Elena Artemenko | Aram Bartholl | Yin‑Ju Chen | Anya Cherepanova & Vitalik Cherepanov | Ali Cherri | Bruce Conner | Danilo Correale | Vladislav Efimov | Ilya Fedotov-Fedorov | Cyprien Gaillard | Claudia Martínez Garay | Felix Gonzalez-Torres | Gorod Ustinov | Ivan Gorshkov | Ilya Grishaev | He Xiangyu | Francisco Camacho Herrera | James T. Hong | Chia-Wei Hsu | Geumhyung Jeong | Tarik Kiswanson | Egor Kraft | Gabriel Lester | Liu Chuang | Liu Qingyuan | Qinmin Liu, Pan Lu & Bo Wang | Cristina Lucas | Tala Madani | Jill Magid | Ksenia Markelova | Chris Marker & Alain Resnais | Sara Modiano | Yuko Mohri | Christian Nyampeta | Adrian Piper | Pavel Pepperstein | Ivan Petrokovich | Gala Porras-Kim | Charlotte Posenenske | Diana Fonseca Quiñones | Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook | The Recycle Group | Ana Roldán | Roee Rosen | Maria Safronova | Aki Sasamoto | Kirill Savchenkov | Masha Sedyaeva | Lieko Shiga | Shimabuku | Alexander Shishkin-Hokusai | Timur Si-Qin | Nikolay Smirnov | Maria Taniguchi | Diana Thater | Anastasiya Tsayder | Franco Vaccari | Stan VanDerBeek | Anton Vidokle | Peter Watkins | Wong Ping | Ustina Yakovleva | Yan Xing | Arseny Zhilyaev

Strike Now!!

11. – 15. September 2019
Solo Show,, Berlin

Strike Now is a platform for discussion and exhibition about today’s working conditions in the so called ‘gig economy’. The rise of service oriented Internet companies like Uber, Amazon and Deliveroo etc created massive amounts app based self employment under often harsh conditions. Is this the new slavery of the post digital Internet commercial revolution? In which ways can workers counteract the algorithmic chains of start-up venture capital? With  lectures, a panel and an exhibition Strike Now at will examine these and further questions. A project by Aram Bartholl, funded by Stiftung Kunstfonds.


10. September 2019 – 28. February 2020
Group Show, Maat, Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, Lisbon

The exhibition Playmode offers a reflection on these aspects and on the era of gamification that contemporary societies are now experiencing, bringing together pieces by several artists, such as Brad Downey, Gabriel Orozco and Ana Vieira, who incorporate the theme while exploring new ways of seeing, participating and transforming the world, using gaming in a critical light. Picture: House of Cards #3. Brad Downey, 2007. Photo: Brad Downey

Kunstsommer Arnsberg

17. – 18. August 2019
Group Show, Arnsberg

Inauguration of the permanent public sculpture “Map” at Brückenplatz Arnsberg.


5. July 2019
Group Show, Internet Cafe, Berlin

A Speed Show on the Post-Digital Self

curated by
Anika Meier & Aram Bartholl
Internet Cafe – Midnightshop, Schönhauser Allee 188, Ecke Torstr., 10119 Berlin

Participating artists:
Lisette Appeldorn, Jeremy Bailey, Nadja Buttendorf, Petra Cortright, Constant Dullaart, Tom Galle, Lauren Huret, Johanna Jaskowska, Andy Kassier, Hanneke Klaver, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Echo Can Luo, Ines Marzat, Jillian Mayer, Andy Picci, Selam X

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One night stand

30. June – 1. July 2019
Group Show, Horse and Pony, Berlin

Please don’t stand in the middle of the road waiting for me to get you on camera

23. June – 22. July 2019
Group Show,, Online

Metanatural Landscapes

7. – 20. June 2019
Group Show,, Berlin

Vienna Biennale 2019

28. May – 6. October 2019
Group Show, MAK Design Labors, Vienna

Modell und Ruine

25. May – 9. June 2019
Group Show, Werkleitz Festival, Dessau

On the occasion of the Bauhaus anniversary, the Werkleitz Festival 2019 will take place from May 25th to June 9th in Dessau-Roßlau. In the title model stands as a model for a future to be created and ruin as a testimony of a mostly idealized past. The aim of the festival is to locate the Bauhaus in a broader historical context. Thirteen artists are invited to this project, who dedicate themselves in Dessau from the current perspective to the poles of power model and ruin.


18. April 2019
Workshop, HeK, Basel

Panel Discussion

17. April 2019
Talk, HeK, Basel


12. April 2019
Talk, Drugo More, Rijeka, Croatia

If birds in a truck fly, does the truck get lighter?

11. – 30. April 2019
Group Show, Drugo More, Rijeka, Croatia

SF MOMA: Snap + Share

24. March – 4. August 2019
Group Show, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco

SFMOMA: snap+share
transmitting photographs from mail art to social networks
March 30–August 4, 2019

The exhibition snap+share gives visitors a new way to visualize — and experience — how photographs have become so ubiquitous in our daily lives. Whether through early examples of 1960s and ’70s mail art, physical piles of pictures uploaded to the Internet over a 24-hour period, or a working refrigerator that allows participatory meme-making, visitors can trace the evolution of sharing photographs.

Spanning the history of mail art to social networks, the show presents a variety of artists working in various media, from framed paper-based art to immersive installations. Some of these artists include On Kawara, Ray Johnson, Moyra Davey, Erik Kessels, Corinne Vionnet, and David Horvitz. Exploring how networks are created through the act of sending images out into the world, this exhibition reveals just how those networks have changed in the age of the Internet.

curated by Clement Cheroux
with: Thomas Bachler, Ray Johnson, Aram Bartholl, On Kawara, Joseph Beuys, Erik Kessels , Moyra Davey, William Larson, Jan Dibbets, Eva and Franco Mattes, Walker Evans, Peter Miller, Jeff Guess, Ken Ohara, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Stephen Shore, Kate Hollenbach, Endre Tót, David Horvitz, Corinne Vionnet

True Depth

25. January – 10. February 2019
Solo Show, SMAC, Berlin

Opening event: 24.01.2019 | 19h
Duration: 25.01 – 10.03.2019
Opening Hours: Friday – Sunday, 13h – 19h

For his upcoming solo show True Depth at SMAC Aram Bartholl creates a new set of works discussing the changing circumstances of personal space in today’s screen based, app connected world. While the smartphone introduced new ways of very intimate communication, Internet advertising companies monetize in large scale on these interactions. Traveling alone in public space became the perfect situation for personal interaction on small screens. “Don’t sit next to me on the bus. I am watching gay porn.” (quote Twitter). While out with friends the restaurant bathroom turns into a place to check the phone instead of actually going there to relieve one self. Post social spaces.
The title True Depth refers to the latest iPhone camera 3D scanning technology to improve face recognition. Invisible infrared patterns questions the personal space between eyes and screen. “Where are you?”

Security Personal Information Protection High Strength Spring Anchor Collapsible

Interview for SMAC:

Biennale d’art contemporain de Strasbourg

13. December 2018 – 31. March 2019
Group Show, Hotel des Postes, Strasbourg, France

Innere Armut

9. December 2018 – 25. January 2019
Group Show, POHLEN, Berlin

POHLEN is happy to present the exhibition


curated by Patrick Alt & Marco Schmitt

Opening Reception, Saturday 8th December  2018, 6 -10 pm

with: Aram Bartholl, Carsten Becker, Sean Julien Biermann, Lutz Braun, Ulrike Buck, Nadja Buttendorf, James Ensor, Julian Fickler, Sebastian Hammwöhner, Thomas Grötz, Rebecca Guez, Maika Hassan-Beik, Sören Hiob, Dominic Kennedy, Oskar Korsár, Kalin Lindena, René Luckhardt, Zoe Claire Miller, Patrick Fabian Panetta, Markus Proschek, Maximilian Rödel, Norbert Schwontkowski, Paul Sochacki, Jörg Söchting, Felix Stumpf, Agnieszka Szostek, Lisa Tiemann, Anke Völk, Gabriel Vormstein, Reinhard Wetjen, Michaela Zimmer


Pohlstrasse 58
Erster Hinterhof rechts
10785 Berlin

17. November 2018
Workshop, Panke Gallery, Berlin

berlin zentrum
der netzkunst
damals und heute
04 10 18
23 11 18

04 10 18 19:00–22:00
04 10 18 22:00–open end


_aram bartholl (workshop)
_joachim blank (lecture)
_ché zara blomfield (panel)
_nadja buttendorf (exhibition) (workshop)
_annet dekker (lecture)
_simon denny (exhibition)
_harm van den dorpel (exhibition) (panel)
_constant dullaart (exhibition)
_holger friese (exhibition)
_eva grubinger (exhibition) (reconstruction) (lecture)
_internationale stadt berlin (exhibition) (reconstruction)
_karl heinz jeron (lecture)
_jodi (exhibition)
_jonas lund (exhibition) (panel)
_sebastian lütgert (exhibition) (reconstruction) (lecture)
_diana mccarty (panel)
_katja novitskova (exhibition)
_omsk social club (panel)
_sebastian schmieg (exhibition)
_pit schultz (panel)
_cornelia sollfrank (exhibition) (panel)
_alexander scrimgeour (moderator)
_peggy sylopp (workshop)



14. – 19. November 2018
Group Show, Kasseler Dokfest, Kassel, Germany

Thailand Biennale

2. November 2018 – 28. February 2019
Group Show, OCAC, Krabi, Thailand

A = Anonymity

24. – 27. October 2018
Group Show, Kampnagel, Hamburg

Without Nature

28. September – 7. October 2018
Group Show, Nicoletti Contemporary, London


Aram Bartholl
Julius von Bismarck
Hugo Cantegrel
Petra Cortright
Chris Dorland
Rachel de Joode
Mathieu MerleT Briand
Eva Papamargariti
Nicolas Sassoon &
Rick Silva

28.09.18 07.10.18

Current address:
458-460 Hackney Road, E2 9EG, London

W&W: Miete, Strom, Instagram

26. September – 30. August 2018
Group Show, Walch & Winkler, Berlin

G23 Gipfel

23. September 2018
Workshop, NRW Forum, Düsseldorf


23. September 2018
Talk, NRW Forum, Düsseldorf

Aluhut Workshop

23. September 2018
Workshop, NRW Forum, Düsseldorf


22. – 30. September 2018
Group Show, Gallery.Delivery, Berlin

Gallery.Delivery is an art exhibition and a performance that can be ordered online. It will be delivered in an all-white food bag by a bike messenger and will be temporarily installed in the orderer’s apartment.

Gallery.Delivery applies the concept of instant delivery logistics to the exhibition space and the format of the group show. However, unlike normal delivery services, the deliverer does not stop at the doorstep and instead enters the private home. There, the process of setting up the exhibition becomes visible as a performative aspect of the show.

Your favourite artists, delivered: Banz & Bowinkel, Aram Bartholl, Nadja Buttendorf, Bastiaan de Nennie, Andy Kassier, Olia Lialina, Silvio Lorusso, Jonas Lund, Shawn Maximo, !Mediengruppe Bitnik & Low Jack, Milena Milosavljevic and Peggy Pehl

Idea and concept by Sebastian Schmieg

Presented by Roehrs & Boetsch | Berlin, September 22-30 2018

Das ist Netzpolitik

21. September 2018
Talk, Volksbühne, Berlin

All Changes Saved

21. September – 14. November 2018
Group Show, Casal Solleric, Palma de Mallorca

Different Eyes

18. – 30. September 2018
Group Show, MONOPOL:i, Siegen

Die Informale

7. September – 27. October 2018
Group Show, Videoramas - The Pool at Night, Buenos Aires

A building-sized projection of an odd, nocturnal creature appears in the heart of the city. An old TV screen plays among stacks of food cans on the shelf of a supermarket. Flashing images and techno music occupy a car repair shop.

Die Informale: Videoramas is an evolving 8-week program of video interventions in various public and hidden locations throughout Buenos Aires accompanied by screenings, talks, music and culinary events. Featuring pieces by artists from Berlin, Hamburg and Buenos Aires, Die Informale celebrates the “quality of the informal”: the free spaces and unexpected pockets of possibility within the urban landscape which serve as fertile ground and inspiration for artists of all kinds.
The project seeks to acknowledge the liberty and raw energy emerging from those unsung heroes as the soul of cities, nurturing creativity and public discourse amongst residents and visitors alike.

Die Informale is a dialogue between the German and Argentinian cities of Berlin, Hamburg and Buenos Aires, their urban contexts, and above all their artists and dwellers.


A/A  |  Nevin Aladag  |  BALTIC RAW ORG  |  Aram Bartholl  |   Julian Charrière  |  Die Tödliche Doris  |  Uros Djurovic  |  Pauline Doutreluingne  |  Brad Downey  |  Peter Edinger  |  Kasia Fudakowski  |  Björn Gogalla  |  Vincent Grunwald  |  Perla Herro  |  Anne Duk Hee Jordan  |  Guido Ignatti  |  Christian Jankowski  |  Armin Keplinger  |  Felix Kiessling  |  Fabian Knecht  |  Luciana Lamothe  |  Jeewi Lee  |  Mischa Leinkauf  |  Carolina Magnin  |  Pablo Mazzolo  |  Kevin McElvaney  |  Björn Melhus  |  Carsten “Erobique” Meyer  |  Nicolas Monti  |  Konrad Mühe  |  Julian Rosefeldt  |  Corinna Schnitt  |  Sarah Schönfeld  |  Paul Speckmann  |  Nasan Tur  |  Wermke/Leinkauf  |  Ole Wulfers  |  Augusto Zaquetti

The Seoul Mediacity Biennale

6. September – 18. November 2018
Group Show, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul

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31. August – 7. November 2018
Solo Show, Emmanuel gallery, Denver

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Solo show at Emmanuel gallery, Denver University of Colorado
August 31 – November 17, 2018
Opening August 30, 6:00 pm

MKH Biennale Halberstadt

31. August – 29. September 2018
Group Show, Halberstadt, Halberstadt. Germany

Because Internet

7. – 9. June 2018
Workshop, Universität Köln, Köln

Tagung vom 7.-9.6.2018
Institut für Kunst & Kunsttheorie I Universität zu Köln

Jedes Foto, jeder Gedanke, jedes Gespräch ist heute informiert durch das Internet. Es ist allgegenwärtiger Teil unserer Realität geworden; es hat sich transformiert in Erwartungen über ständige Erreichbarkeit, macht sich bemerkbar beim Scannen von Momenten auf ihre Social-Media-Tauglichkeit, im täglichen Posten, Scrollen, Streamen, Liken, Sharen, Tweeten. Komplexe Prozesse fortschreitender Digitalisierung artikulieren sich in weltweit vernetzten Communities, in hyperkulturellen und global zirkulierenden Bildwelten, lernenden Algorithmen, Whistleblowing, Hacktivism, Softwarearchitekturen, Crowdsourcing, Digital Commons, u. a. m. – die Künstlerin Sophia Al Maria bringt es, für uns titelgebend, auf den Punkt: Because Internet.

Ein gemachter Mensch – Künstlerische Fragen an Identitäten

26. May – 16. September 2018
Group Show, Kallmann Museum, Ismaning, Germany

Ein gemachter Mensch – Künstlerische Fragen an Identitäten

26. Mai bis 16. September 2018

With: Selma Alaçam, Aram Bartholl, Martin Brand, James Bridle, Harun Farocki, Sandra Filic, Iwajla Klinke, Alicja Kwade, Sali Muller, Timea Anita Oravecz, Daniela Risch, Nasan Tur, Anna Witt, Veronika Witte, Naneci Yurdagül

Wer bin ich eigentlich? Und warum bin ich so, wie ich bin? Im 21. Jahrhundert scheint die Antwort auf diese Frage zunehmend komplex geworden zu sein. Herkömmliche Identitäten lösen sich auf oder werden neu interpretiert, zugleich gibt es gänzlich neue Möglichkeiten der Herausbildung von Identitäten. Dabei stellt sich die Frage, wie weit die menschliche Identität ›gemacht‹, also durch eigene Entscheidungen und Handlungen bestimmt wird, und wie sehr Aspekte eine Rolle spielen, auf die man als Einzelner keinen Einfluss hat. Die internationale Gruppenausstellung im Kallmann-Museum geht diesen Fragen aus künstlerischer Perspektive nach.

Unterschiedlichste Aspekte spielen bei der Bestimmung der eigenen Identität eine Rolle. Beginnend bei der Feststellung, überhaupt ein Mensch zu sein, der sich seiner selbst gewahr wird, über die Nationalität, den eigenen Körper, über Riten und Traditionen bis hin zur Sprache oder der gewöhnlichen alltäglichen Umgebung. Dabei hat man zahllose Möglichkeiten, Zugehörigkeiten festzulegen oder auch nur vorübergehend eine andere Identität anzunehmen, etwa im Spiel. Gleichzeitig werden einem fortlaufend Merkmale zugeschrieben, die Identität ausdrücken sollen und mit denen man sich auseinandersetzen muss. Identität ist demnach das Ergebnis eines fortlaufenden Prozesses zwischen Selbst- und Fremdbestimmung und immer veränderlich. Dieser Prozess kann nie in seiner Gesamtheit abgebildet werden. Einige zentrale Aspekte aber werden in Ismaning künstlerisch betrachtet und auf ihre identitätsstiftende Bedeutung hin befragt.

Flyer (german): Kallmann-Museum_Flyer_2018_Identitaet.pdf

eGames – die Kunst des ernste Spiels

25. April 2018
Talk, Panke Gallery, Berlin

Die Kunst des ernsten Spiels

25. April 2018
Talk,, Berlin, Germany

Art, Cryptography and the Meta-Datification of Discourse

9. April 2018
Talk, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France

Through re-visiting, at its onset, the history of cryptography and its epistemological ties to art, language and the law, this session will bring together recent artistic practices that playfully explore the role of encryption and data accumulation within our present time.

This session borrows its title from Gilles Deleuze’s proposition, “let us at least say that there is counter-information”. When exploring the quiddity of the creative act and its relationship to communication, Deleuze brings into conversation the mechanisms of counter-information and their shared affinity with the work of art as an act of resistance. Moving from Xerxes’ early steganographic manoeuvre of secretly hiding a message of war between the wax and the wooden frame of a ‘blank’ wax tablet, to the Abbasid invention of frequency analysis and their renaming of cryptology to ‘the science of blinding’, and arriving to the interstate discrete machines of WWII that were developed concurrently to the conception of the Universal Turing Machine, cryptography has widely emerged in recent years as a panacea of our time.

On one side, end-to-end encrypted systems are being collectively developed as an act of resistance against surveillance. On another, with the rise of crypto-currencies, cryptography is being presented as a generative regulatory force that promises to re-order the economy through computational modes of valuation, freedom and control. These modes simulate familiar economies of extraction and accumulation, albeit, in the name of the new, the cryptic and the extimate. What does this crypto-frenzy hide and reveal about our present techno-politics when cryptography has stretched beyond the realm of secrecy to an explicit claim for economic power? How have been artists participating in and responding to these acts of disclosure, concealment and resistance?

Is this you in the video?

6. – 26. April 2018
Solo Show, La Chaufferie, H.E.A.R., Strasbourg, France

While Facebook apologizes to the world from high up on its mountain of data, 1.4 billion user passwords party naked on the Internet. Research has shown that the ’123456′ is used for 17% of all passwords. There is so much free WiFi in the air to catch you, it is almost impossible to get online. But there is coffee, so you stay for the deep pocket packet inspection of your traffic.

Is this you in the video? Don’t click the link I sent you!

Like the pigeons’ best friend, CCTV cams squat in every high corner of the city protecting us from the future. Will they fall off or be released from their stoical non-presence? A total of 750 info screens have been removed from the still closed / never opened BER airport in Berlin because the technology is outdated. The screens had been running for six years straight without anybody ever having looked at them.

Yes, I saw this already.

Please place all your bags on the left tray. Mirrored self-checkout in an uberficial life without cueing is on autoplay. 24 likes. Thank you for being our customer today.

Aram Bartholl, 2018

Is this you in the video?

6. – 7. April 2018
Workshop, HEAR, Strasbourg

Is this you in the video?

6. April 2018
Talk, HEAR, Strasbourg

Relax with no Apps

3. March 2018
Group Show, D21 Kunstraum Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany

Guests: Nadja Buttendorf, Anja Kaiser, Aram Bartholl, Anna Jehle, Juliane Schickedanz

Die TransformationCurators, Juliane Schickedanz und Anna Jehle, werden die einzelnen Sessions betreuen und begleiten. Alle sind eingeladen teilzunehmen und sich aktiv an der gemeinschaftlichen High-Tech Self-Care zu beteiligen. Total Relaxation for the mind, body and soul!

There are several high-tech self care sessions, run and developed by artists. The TransformationCurators will guide you through the different sessions. Come to our massage party and practice some community high-tech self-care. Total Relaxation for the mind, body and phone! Gäste: Anja Kaiser, Aram Bartholl, Anna Jehle, Juliane Schickedanz, Frauke Zabel, The happiest couple on earth (Nina Buttendorf & Felix Deufel)

Shoot Not Shoot

2. March 2018
Group Show, LIKELIKE gallery, Pitsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

Works by: Gold Extra, Cassie McQuater & Jono Mi Lo, Aram Bartholl, Strangethink, Akira Thompson, Samurai Punk, Superhot Team

Don't show again

19. – 20. February 2018
Curatorial, Reaktor, Vienna, Austria

Show by Klasse Neue Medien, Kunsthochschule Kassel

Speculative Privacy

17. February 2018
Talk, Reaktor, Vienna, Austria

Your parcel has been delivered (to your neighbour)

20. – 29. January 2018
Solo Show, Import Projects, Berlin

‘Your parcel has been delivered (to your neighbour)’ is a performance and ongoing installation that involves rental bikes being retrieved from public space and placed in the private gallery space. Rental bikes in public usually fall over at some point, or get kicked over by pranksters. Nobody cares. All rental bikes collected are laid out—their quasi-natural status—on the floor of the gallery. A PTZ (pan tilt and zoom) CCTV dome camera, typical for surveillance in public, auto-tracks and records the process. Visitors are invited to become a temporary owner of one of the bikes by renting it.

In recent years, Internet startup market logic has reached far beyond classic online markets. More and more ‘IRL’ economies are being affected by the ‘disruptive’ force of the new business model from California. With the efficiency of networked software, low-wage outsourced labor, and data delivering customers the only goal is growth. The startup doesn’t need to be profitable. In fact, one of the golden rules is not to make a profit, not to pay tax, and to be much cheaper and smarter than everyone else until competitors go bankrupt.

In the beginning, this ‘game’ was played solely within data-based information business. Google and Facebook led the way and showed us how to make money from user data while giving away products for free. Today, we are witness to slow changes in the cityscape. Streets have been crowded with delivery vans for years. Delivery businesses boomed in the wake of ever-increasing online shopping. Order anything! They’ll deliver it to your neighbour immediately. Instant rental cars, gamified Pokemon crowds, and bicycle food delivery armies followed. Very recently, Berlin’s public space has become crowded with at least 20 different brands of rental bikes. New startups, local and international. All of them have the same old idea: “Rent a bicycle where ever you are!” All of them burn a lot of VC (venture capital) money and bikes increase to possibly become the monopoly in this field.

Public space is increasingly inhabited by advertising and corporate models. The colorful bikes scattered all over the city are a very visible sign of the uberfication of private life and commercialization of public space.

Aram Bartholl, 2018

Stream Capture

16. January – 4. March 2018
Group Show, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, USA

with: Aram Bartholl, David Bowen, Tega Brain, Nicky Case, Gottfried Haider, Claudia Hart, Catarina Lee, Jan Robert Leegte, Sara Ludy, Martin O’Leary, Eva Papamargariti, Katie Rose Pipkin, David Reuter, Helmut Smits, Clarissa Tossin, Mark Tribe

Networking the Unseen

17. December 2017 – 4. March 2018
Group Show, Villa Merkel, Esslingen, Germany

with: Nora Al-Badri & Jan Nikolai Nelles (DE), Brook Andrew (AUS), Aram Bartholl (DE/NL), Neil Jupurrurla Cook (AUS), Michael Erglis (AUS), Jenny Fraser (AU), Barbara Herold & Florian Huth (DE), Lily Hibberd (AUS), Agnes Jänsch (DE), Gretta Louw (DE/AUS), Owen Mundy (US), Katrin Petroschkat (DE), Plan B (DE/UK), Anahita Razmi (DE), Curtis Taylor (AUS), Addie Wagenknecht (AT/US), Nine Yamamoto (DE) und aus dem Warnayaka Art Centre (AUS)

La belle vie numérique!

17. November 2017 – 18. March 2018
Group Show, EDF Foundation, Paris, France

The Glass Room

25. October – 12. November 2017
Group Show, Tactical Tech, London, England

What is personal data in an age where data is everything but personal? The Glass Room is an interactive exhibition on data and privacy that provides different ways of understanding how technologies and data are changing our lives.

The Glass Room began in 2016 at the Haus der Kulteren der Welt in Berlin as part of their Nervous Systems exhibition, examining the relationship between human and machine. There, Tactical Tech set up The White Room, a space designed to look like a tech store, but really containing art objects that provoke visitors to think about their relationship with technology. After the success of this exhibition, we partnered with Mozilla to create The Glass Room New York later in 2016, as a stand-alone, pop-up exhibition in SoHo, with additional art objects and a full programme of events. Its impact – from media coverage to attendance to engagement – far exceeded all expectations. The following year, in 2017, again in partnership with Mozilla, we brought The Glass Room to London, drawing nearly 20,000 visitors over three weeks.


12. October 2017 – 4. February 2018
Group Show, Science gallery, Dublin, Ireland

What’s the difference between a collapse, a downfall, and a downright apocalypse? How will it all end, and why do we love to wonder? Ice or fire, zombies or bombs? Out with a bang or a whimper? And can we do anything to stop the decline? Supported by the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Discover Programme, the NTR Foundation and the Health Research Board (HRB).


24. September – 26. October 2017
Group Show, Kunstraum LLC, Brooklyn, New York, USA

Curated by Fernando Schrupp
Artists: Aram Bartholl, E‰milie Brout & Maxime Marion, Ursula Damm, Eteam, Nathaniel Faulkner, Esther Hunziker, Eduardo Kac, Marc Lee, Claudia Mate, Jennifer & Kevin McCoy, Robert Myers, Andrew Nunes, Nicholas O’brien, Alexander Reben, Daniel Temkin, Ubermorgen and Michel Winterberg


23. September – 26. November 2017
Group Show, Fotomuseum Winterthur, Winterthur, Switzerland

Festival of Futurenows

14. – 17. September 2017
Group Show, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin

with: &æ ACAD&C Adam Kraft Adrian Gutzelnig Ally Bisshop Alvaro Urbano Analisa Teachworth Andreas Greiner Anne Duk Hee Jordan Aram Bartholl Artúr van Balen Asako Iwama Aykan Safoğlu Care Less Claire Tolan Clara Jo CuratorLab Dan Stockholm Diana Sprenger Display Distribute Dominik Mohs Ece Pazarbaşi Elaine W. Ho Elisa Storelli Elise Eeraerts Eric Ellingsen Erik Sturm Euan Williams Fabian Knecht Felix Kiessling Fernanda Trevellin Friedrich Herz Gabrielle Mainguy Grażyna Roguski Günther Vogt Hans-Henning Korb Henning Aßmann Henok Getachew Ivana Franke Jacob Kirkegaard Jan Fiege Jan St. Werner Jeewi Lee Jeremias Holliger Joanna Warsza Jonas Wendelin Jorge Miñano Joris Camelin Julian Breuer Julian Charrière Julius Holtz Julius von Bismarck Jumana Ridha Kat Válastur Kirstin Burckhardt Klara Hobza Klasse Dynamische Akustik und Interaktive Medien Leon Eixenberger Lou Jaworski Lucas Buschfeld Lutz Henke Macarena Ruiz-Tagle Malte Bartsch Markus Hoffmann Matthias Sohr Merlin Carter Mihret Kebede Miroslav Großer Nana-Francisa Schottländer Natasha Mendonca Nico Arauner Nico Dockx Nina Schuiki Norgard Kröger Olafur Eliasson Paula Mierzowsky Quynh Vantu Rafael Ibarra Raul Walch Raul Walch Rike Horb Rike Scheffler Robel Temesgen Robert Lippok Rodrigo Maltez Novaes Rossella Biscotti SHIMURAbros Sarah Doerfel Sarah Rechberger Sophia Pompéry Stephan Klee The Kitchen at Studio Olafur Eliasson ThinkingHand Tiago Romagnani Silveria Timea Anita Ovarecz Tomás Espinosa Tue Greenfort Veronica Spierenburg Vinzenz Reinecke Vlado Velkov Xero Yuichiro Tamura Yves Mettler

Escaping the Digital Unease!

31. August – 12. November 2017
Group Show, Kunsthaus Langenthal, Langenthal, Switzerland

with: Aram Bartholl, Zach Blas Jemima Wyman, James Bridle, Harm van den Dorpel, F.A.T. Lab, Olga Fedorova, Cao Fei, Elisa Giardina Papa, Félicien Goguey, Benjamin Grosser, Hackteria, Adam Harvey, JODI, Christoph Wachter & Mathias Jud, Olia Lialina, Silvio Lorusso & Sebastian Schmieg, DISNOVATION.ORG, Joana Moll & Cédric Parizot, The Mycological Twist – Leslie Kulesh / Eloïse Bonneviot / Anne de Boer, Julian Oliver, Trevor Paglen, Tabita Rezaire, RYBN, Gordan Savičić & Bengt Sjölén, Lasse Scherffig, Erica Scourti, Yinan Song, Peter Sunde, Maddy Varner, Angela Washko, Amy Suo Wu


20. – 30. July 2017
Group Show, Kunstverein Arnsberg, Möhnesee, Germany

curated by Vlado Velkov
with: Øystein Aasan, Aram Bartholl, Kerstin Brätsch, Julian Breuer, Marco Bruzzone, Nine Budde, Burghard, Eric Ellingsen, Andreas Greiner, Knut Henrik Henriksen, Theresa Kampmeier, Daewha Kang, Fabian Knecht, Daniel Knorr, Tanaz Modabber, Swantje La Moutte, Ulrike Mohr, Reto Pulfer, Anton Quiring, Yorgos Sapountzis, Mirjam Thomann, Alvaro Urbano, Raul Walch, Tilman Wendland, Ella Ziegler


18. June – 3. September 2017
Group Show, Kunstverein Bochum, Bochum, Germany

with: Rainer Maria Matysik and Katrin Wegeman


15. June – 16. July 2017
Group Show, Computer&Software, Basel, Switzerland

curated by Jamie Allen and Moritz Greiner-Petter with: Aram Bartholl, Ishac Bertran, Constant Dullaart, Bernhard Garnicnig, Geraldine Juarez, Jan Robert Leegte, Rosa Menkman, Peter Moosgaard, Ciara Phillips, Pussykrew, Sebastian Schmieg, Phillip Stearns and win93

Skulptur Projekte Münster 2017

10. June – 1. October 2017
Group Show, LWL, Münster, Germany, info

3 V
site specific installation · aluminium, acrylic glass, thermoelectric generator, electronics, LEDs, tea candles, steel chain

An otherwise closed pedestrian tunnel leading to Münster Palace is open to the public during Skulptur Projekte. Five candle-powered LED chandeliers light up the dark concrete tunnel. Each chandelier consists of ten LED tea-candle reading lamps mounted on an aluminum ring. With the help of the thermoelectric effect, the heat of the candles is converted directly into 3V electricity to power the LED lamps. The bright and cold LED light contrasts with the warm flicker of classic candlelight. Twice a day (every five hours), a guard replaces the melted candles. 3V is one of three works which were commissioned and produced by Skulptur Projekte Münster. Each of these different site-specific works incorporates thermoelectric technology.

5 V
site specific installation · campfire, wood, steel, thermoelectric generator, cables, electronics

Skulptur Projekte visitors are invited to charge their phones over a campfire at the Pumpenhaus Münster. In the tradition of stick bread making (Germany) and cooking sausages over the flames, custom-made charger sticks produce 5V electricity
with the help of the thermoelectric effect of the heat of the fire—enough to charge the average smartphone. As long as the thermo generator attached to the end of the stick is exposed to the flames, it generates power. Phones can be plugged into the sticks via a multi-plug charging cable. Visitors gather around the warmth of the fire, charge their phones, and have a chat. 5V is one of three works which were commissioned and produced by Skulptur Projekte Münster.

12 V
site specific installation · router, camping stove, thermoelectric generator, cable, electronics, software, database

A standard home router hangs parasitically right next to commercial mobile phone antennas on the Münster TV tower. Vistors are invited to connect to this router with their phones. The router serves no Internet connectinon but offers a large database of PDF tutorials on ‘How to live an offline life’. A thermo generator sitting on a small camping stove nearby provides 12-volt electricity to power the router, which is connected via a 70-meter long orange cable. While Deutsche Telekom maintains one of its three large data centers right next to the TV tower, the site-specific installation 12V is totally independent of power lines or Internet connection. Users can download and also upload files. Connections cannot be traced or monitored by third parties on the Internet. The tower, a retro-looking building for long-range TV broadcasts before the Internet, becomes a historic sculpture in itself.


13. May – 31. October 2017
Group Show, Venice Biennale, official extended program, Venice, Italy

curated by Philippe Riss, produced by Fabulous Pictures
with: Aram Bartholl, Vincent Broquaire, Claude Closky, Frederik De Wilde, LabNT2, Lawrence Lek, Claire Malrieux, Théo Massoulier, Julien Prévieux, Paul Souviron, Théo Triantaffyllidis

Re-Configuring Anonymity Symposium

12. – 13. May 2017
Talk, Uni Bremen, Bremen, Germany

AUF jedes LOS gewinnt!

25. – 30. April 2017
Group Show, Kunstverein Leipzip, Leipzig, Germany

with: özlem Altin, ART N MORE, Max Baitinger, Aram Bartholl, Johannes Bendzulla, Johanna Benz, Michael Beutler, Peggy Buth, Nadja Buttendorf, Kerstin Cmelka, Christine Gensheimer, Anna Haifisch, Francis Hunger, Franziska Jyrch, Steven Emmanuel, Seiichi Furuya, Jay Gard, Heike Geißler, Kalinka Gieseler, Simone Gilges, Anna Gille, Sebastian Gögel, Mathias Hamann, Paule Hammer, Matthias Hoch, Timo Hinze, Katrin Hanusch, Nina Hoffmann, Franziska Holstein, Nico Ihlein, Katharina Immekus, Annette Kelm, Stephanie Kiwitt, Jens Klein, Alwin Lay, Kathi Liebert, Markues, Anna McCarthy, Birgit Megerle, Bea Meyer, Thomas Möcker, Bastian Muhr, Olaf Nicolai, Diana Policarpo, Lars Rosenbohm, Arne Schmitt, Carsten Tabel, Hayahisa Tomiyasu, Sabine Reinfeld, Ricarda Roggan, Titus Schade, David Schnell, Andreas Schulze, Katharina Schilling, Luise Schröder, Maria Schuhmacher, Silke Schwarz, Rosalie Schweiker, Maya Schweizer, Su-Ran Sichling, Andrzej Steinbach, Heidi Specker, James Turek, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Jan Wenzel, Arthu


17. March – 30. April 2017
Group Show, Biennial of Contemporary Arts, Lisboa & Porto, Portugal

with: Ana Borralho & João Galante, Anastasia Ax, Anthony Hamilton & Alisdair Macindoe (AUS), Aram Bartholl, Cecília Bengolea & Nigga Fox , Crinabel Teatro & Digitópia, Diogo Evangelista, Filipa Francisco & Pedro Tudela, Florentina Holzinger & Claudia Maté, François Chaignaud & Marie-Piere Brébant, Damien Jalet & Gilles Delmas, Héctor Zamora, Ivan Argote, Jan Martens, Jenny Hval, Jérôme Bel , João Maria Gusmão & Pedro Paiva, …. among others

Das ist kein Bild. Das ist ein Bild

16. March 2017
Group Show, Burg Galerie im Volkspark, Halle, Germany

Die Ausstellung in der Burg Galerie im Volkspark zeigt vom 16. März bis 2. April 2017 studentische Arbeiten aus Kunst und Design, die sich auf vielfältige Weise dem Verhältnis von Text und Bild widmen.

Mit Gastbeiträgen von Aram Bartholl, Verena Friedrich, Ulrich Klieber

Never Worry Again

6. March 2017
Talk, Bard College, Berlin, Germany

Nothing to hide?

4. March – 27. April 2017
Group Show, Real Art Ways, Hartford, Connecticut, USA

curated by Edward Shanken & Jessica Hodin
with: Franco and Eva Mattes, Aram Bartholl, Paolo Cirio, Eric Corriel, Hassan Elahi, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Jonas Lund, Julian Oliver, Trevor Paglen, Ryder Ripps, Bjorne Schuelke, Michelle Teran,


23. February – 26. November 2017
Solo Show, Fotomuseum, Winterthur, Switzerland

Real Time Systems

10. – 27. February 2017
Group Show, International Topsellers, Los Angeles, California, USA

with: Aram Bartholl, Ronny Szillo, Eric Winkler, Tilman Hornig, Sascha Hundorff, Tony Franz, Hermes Villena, Raik Zimmermann, Alexander Gehrke, Svenja Wichmann, Andreas Ullrich, Alexander Endrullat, Holger Jenss, Elisabeth Rosenthal, Paul Waak, Lucie Freynhagen, Paul Barsch, a.ACHAT in coop Claudia Schoetz & Matthias Droste, Philip Wagenknecht

Make it fit!

4. February 2017
Curatorial,, Berlin, Germany

Kunsthochschule Kassel – The New Media class is proud to present new works at, Berlin. The pieces range from installation, performance, screen-based and interactive works to video and film. ‘Make it fit’ refers to the restrictive cabin baggage rules of budget airlines, including their painfully meticulous control mechanisms. A lifestyle-conscious, hyper-mobile generation rattling trolleys along pavements has become the hallmark of gentrified neighborhoods in travel-hyped European capitals.

Kassel’s New Media students are using the classic travel suitcase as a constraint and metaphorical context for art production to meet the challenge of setting up a group show in Berlin in less than one day. Each work must fit into a suitcase to be transported, and setup time has to be either instant or not more than two hours. Hyper-mobile art also facilitates instant pop-up micro shows and performances in trains, in stations, and in other public spaces.

Curatorial processes often see artists selected on the basis of friendship networks or name dropping rather than actual works. How far can an artwork be ‘bent’ to make it fit an art show? An art market open secret is that paintings and sculpture that are small enough to fit in an ‘Upper Westside’ elevator have a better chance of being sold. Does it fit?


13. January – 31. March 2017
Workshop, MAIF Social Club, Paris, France

The Glass Room

12. – 25. November 2016
Group Show, Tactical Tech, New York, USA

Reconfiguring Aanonymity

10. – 11. November 2016
Talk, Leuphana University, Lüneburg, Germany

3rd Pecha Kucha Art Night by peer to space and Performing Encounters

6. November 2016
Talk, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Germany

Artist Talk

3. – 4. November 2016
Talk, KIKK Festival, Namur, Belgium

Alle Achtung!

15. October 2016 – 29. January 2017
Group Show, Kunstraum ACC Galerie, Weimar, Germany

with: Maria Anwander (AT), Aram Bartholl (DE), Wolfram Hahn (DE), Christian Jankowski (DE), Nancy Mteki (ZI), Stefan Panhans (DE), Pilvi Takala (FI), Anna Witt (DE)

Invisible Threads: Technology and its Discontents

24. September – 13. December 2016
Group Show, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

with: Ai Weiwei, Jamie Allen, Aram Bartholl, Taysir Batniji, Wafaa Bilal, Liu Bolin, Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Michael Joaquin Grey, Monira Al Qadiri, Evan Roth, Phillip Stearns, Siebren Versteeg, Addie Wagenknecht, Kenny Wong


6. August – 5. November 2016
Group Show, Science Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

Remind Me Later

8. July – 28. September 2016
Solo Show, Kunstverein Arnsberg, Arnsberg, Germany, info

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.

Regeneration Movement

19. March – 22. May 2016
Group Show, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taipeih, Taiwan

with: ::vtol::, Aram Bartholl, CHENG Hsien-Yu, CHI Po-Hao, Gilberto Esparza, Benjamin Gaulon, Gijs Giskes, Karl Klomp, Tom Verbruggen, Kosuke IKEDA, Cecilia Jonsson, Luxury Logico, Yuko MOHRI, SEAD (Space Ecologies Art and Design), Kentaro TAKI, Unknown Fields Division, WANG Lien-Cheng, XXLab, Pinar Yoldas

Nervous Systems

11. March – 9. May 2016
Group Show, Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW), Berlin, Germany

with: Vito Acconci, Timo Arnall, Mari Bastashevski, Grégoire Chamayou, Emma Charles, Mike Crane, Arthur Eisenson, Harun Far Noo es, !Mediengruppe Bitnik, Henrik Olesen, Matteo Pasquinelli, Julien Prévieux, Jon Rafman, Miljohn Ruperto, RYBN.ORG, Dierk Schmidt, Nishant Shah, Eyal Sivan & Audrey Maurion, Deborah Stratman, Alex Verhaest, Gwenola Wagon & Stéphane Degoutin, Stephen Willats, Mushon Zer-Aviv, and others. And in The White Room: Jacob App mp; Ai Weiwei, Aram Bartholl, Tega Brain & Surya Mattu, James Bridle, Julian Oliver & Danja Vasiliev, Veridiana Zurita, and contributions by Open Data City, Peng! Collective, Privacy International, Share Lab, Malte Spitz, and others. An exhibition by Haus der Kulturen der Welt in collaboration with the Tactical Technology Collective, co-curated by SLe Shadok, Fabrique du Numérique, Anselm Franke

Unpainted Lab 3.0

19. – 21. February 2016
Group Show, Kesselhalle, Munich, Germany

with: American Artist (NY), Andrea McGinty (NY), Aram Bartholl (Berlin), Arent Weevers (Hengelo), Arthur Elsenaar (Amsterdam), Betty Mü (München), Birthe Blauth (München), Ekin Onat (Istanbul), Felix Hörhager (München), Florian Freier (München / Barcelona), Giovanna Olmos (NY), Giulia Bowinkel & Friedemann Banz (Düsseldorf), Gretta Louw (München), Jennifer Mehigan (Clonakilty), Holger Lippmann (Berlin), INT RA (Schweiz), Leonie Link (Offenbach), Lumenman (München), Maja Kalogera (Zagreb), Manuel Rossner (Ittlingen), Martin Reiche (Berlin), Mathis Nitschke (München), Michael Mandiberg (NY), Miltos Manetas (London), Nora Renaud, Natalie Bewernitz / Marek Goldowski (Köln), Niko Abramamidis &NE (München), Ole Fach (Berlin), Pia Myrvold (Paris), Ricardo Morales-Hernandez (Puerto Rico), STATION ROSE (Wien), Stefan Saalfeld (München), Susanne Rottenbacher (Berlin), Tatjana Tanja Vujinovic Kusej (Ljubljana), Theodore Darst (NY), VT Salon (Taiwan), ffmpe (Berlin)


No Weapon Formed Against Me Shall Prosper
Video, Performance, Voice: Manuela Hartel
Live-Electronik, Performance, Sound: Lorenz Schuster, stage

Audiovisual live performance: Elisa Rose & Gary Danner

Audiovisual amplitude fluctuations
Electric guitar, effect pedals: Tom Früchtl
Computer, sound, Internet: Beat Brogle

Lumenman – interactive light experience

Welcome Wutwut Werther

14. February – 17. April 2016
Group Show, Kunsttempel, Kassel, Germany

FROM BITS TO PAPER* du pixel au papier, sortez des écrans !

24. January – 5. June 2016
Group Show, Le Shadok, Fabrique du Numérique, Strasbourg, France

with: James Bridle, Darko Fritz, Peter Jellitsch, Vincent Broquaire, Aram Bartholl, Clément Valla, Christopher Baker, Albertine Meunier, Daan Van Den Berg, Felix Heyes et Benjamin West.


23. January – 12. March 2016
Group Show, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands

A group show with Aram Bartholl, Max Dovey, Constant Dullaart, Yu Honglei, Austin Lee and Jan Robert Leegte.

Upstream Gallery presents Shifting Optics III, a new edition in a series of signaling group exhibitions where the impact of digital culture on the visual arts is shown. In the first edition (2014), a new generation of artists was introduced. For this generation that grew up with computers, working in a hybrid method between analog and digital comes naturally. In the second edition (2015) recent developments were placed in dialogue with works by pioneers such as Peter Struycken and JODI, who were using computers and the Internet already in their art in the twentieth century. While the interface between art and computers is still relevant today, institutions and a wider audience now also recognize its urgency. With Shifting Optics III, Upstream Gallery continues its research within this rapidly transforming field by bringing together six artists who have embraced a digital working method. From different angles and in a variety of media, they reflect on the impact of computers on our collective consciousness.

Aram Bartholl (DE, 1972) researches the relation between the physical and digital world. A well-known example is his work Map, for which he made a large sculpture of Google’s location-icon on the exact locations that are indicated by Google Maps as city center. For the series Come get some, Bartholl uses a figurative element from early First Person Shooter computer games, in which the player has a personal point of view with at the bottom of the screen an image of a hand holding a gun. The coarse pixels remind us nostalgically of the visuals from nineties’ games. By using a manual silkscreen technique, unevenness arises, highlighting the difference between printed colors and the ones that appear on monitors. In the installation Point of View, Bartholl researches the role of the hand held screen as a view on the world. Thanks to developments such as Google Glass, the domination of these screens in our environment will decrease again in no time.

Max Dovey (UK, 1987) combines performance art and new media to research the impact of software and data on human beings. The work How To Be More Or Less Human is based on image recognition software. This software classifies photos by algorithms. When you enter a selfie via your webcam, the program analyses for example your gender, race and age based on similarities with images from online image databases. In a live performance, Dovey researches how photos of himself can be indexed by software as for example ‘sexy’, ‘pragmatic’ or ‘successful’. Clothing and posture play a major role in this. Because the software is based on commercial stock photography, it reacts on clichés and visual stereotypes. Dovey raises the issue of this disturbing development in a playful manner.

Constant Dullaart (NL, 1979) makes influential work that is deeply connected with the internet. Both online and offline, he reacts critically to the power structures of mega corporations that dramatically influence our worldview through the internet. He examines the boundaries of manipulating Google, Facebook and Instagram and recently started his own tech company Dulltech with Kickstarter. Like a digital archeologist, he also delves into the early days of the internet. The series Jennifer in paradise is based on the photo that was used as demonstration material in the first version of Photoshop. The founder of Photoshop made the picture of his girlfriend on a tropical beach. The intimate image would be adapted and manipulated by thousands of users of the program, before it would disappear in oblivion. Dullaart wants to give this photo, the very first to be manipulated with software that would change visual culture forever, back its iconic status in our collective memory.

Yu Honglei (CN, 1984) belongs to a generation of young Chinese artists who effortlessly combine digital and sculptural techniques. In China, his work is now widely picked up by critics and museums. Yu is fascinated by the way in which the daily life of artists is influencing their work. The digital animation video The farm is based on the eponymous painting by Joan Miró from 1922, on which his house in the Spanish countryside is depicted. In its digital version, Yu zooms in on various details, and so creates a narrative reconstruction of the daily life of the painter. Narrating is Miró’s wife; her story includes anecdotal references to Miró’s connection with avant-garde artists such as Man Ray, Max Ernst and Pablo Picasso. The space that Yu creates, asks for reflection on how Western art history is spreading globally through the internet.

The working method of Austin Lee (US, 1983) is exemplary for the generation of digital natives to which he belongs. The digital reality is completely natural to him, which is reflected in his use of 3D printing techniques, GIFs and his recently published SPHERES publication that merges print with augmented reality in a spectacular way. In his paintings, Lee ingeniously translates pixels to paint. The works start as a sketch on an iPad. Many artists see especially the limitations of drawing software versus a sketchpad, but Lee embraces the typical aesthetic that arises from it. The translation from the screen to the canvas gives the work a less volatile character, but the use of aerosols and fluorescent paint recalls the digital origin. Lee’s distinctive painting style is spontaneous and accurate, with a playful frankness that reminds of the Cobra movement. The boundless energy evokes the best of the New York graffiti culture from the 80s on. But most of all the work is unmistakably contemporary.

Jan Robert Leegte (NL, 1973) is among the first Dutch artists who were involved in the 90s NetArt movement. Since 1997 he creates art in the form of websites, which he connects to art historical movements such as minimalism, land art and conceptualism. Leegte also translates the themes of his work to offline media such as print, sculpture and projections. A recurring theme in his work is the sculptural materiality of interfaces of computer programs. Remember the early graphic design of cursors, selection boxes and menu bars that were to give the user the impression of actually physicaly pressing the buttons with graphic shadows. In 2000, Leegte made the website Scrollbar composition, entirely composed of scroll bars. The appearance of the artwork is dependent on the software that one uses to visit the site. The work In memory of new materials gone originates from this: the scroll bar captured as a physical sculpture that is preserved before software updates definitively put an end to it. With Ornaments Leegte creates a link between computer interfaces and architectural ornament (such as the classical façade of Upstream’s seventeenth-century canal house) as a largely forgotten frivolity.


15. December 2015 – 15. January 2016
Group Show, easy!upsteam gallery, Munich, Germany


10. December 2015 – 21. February 2016
Group Show, FACT, Liverpool, England

Wie leben? Zukunftsbilder von Malewitsch bis Fujimoto

5. December 2015 – 28. February 2016
Group Show, Wilhelmhack Museum, Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany

UCLA Game Art Festival

18. November 2015
Group Show, UCLA, Los Angeles, California, USA

Reconfiguring Aanonymity

13. – 14. November 2015
Talk, Leuphana University, Lüneburg, Germany, info


6. November 2015
Workshop, Kunstakademie, Münster, Germany

Human Futures: Shared Memories and Visions

5. – 29. November 2015
Group Show, FACT, Liverpool, England

with: Michel de Broin, Darsha Hewitt, Daniel Iregui, Sébastien Pierre, Sébastien Pierre, Tobias Ebsen, Aram Bartholl, Aram Bartholl, Sam Meech, Sam Meech, Bengt Sjölén, Bengt Sjölén

Ringvorlesung: Design Your Hood

8. October 2015
Talk, BTK, Berlin, Germany

Save the Data!

27. September – 22. November 2015
Group Show, Kunstpalais, Erlangen, Germany

with: Aram Bartholl (DE), Viktoria Binschtok (RU), Gregor Hildebrandt (DE), Ronnie Yarisal und Katja Kublitz (CH und DK), Joep van Liefland (NL), Florian Meisenberg (DE)

Panel Discussion: Image is a Virus – On activism

24. September 2015
Talk, Projectspace ACUD, Berlin, Germany

Operation Mindfuck

18. September – 8. November 2015
Group Show, Kunstverein, Wolfsburg, Germany

with: Aram Bartholl, Sven Kalden, Andreas Seltzer, Sander Veenhof, Ivar Veermäe, Piet Wessing
curated by: Jennifer Bork

Les Drapeau

12. September – 11. October 2015
Group Show, xpo gallery, Paris, France

with: Aram Bartholl, Pablo Cavero, Pierre Clément, Claude Closky, Constant Dullaart, Nicolas Giraud, Laurent Lacotte, Estrid Lutz & Emile Mold, Miltos Manetas, Nicolas Milhé, Martin Monchicourt, Mel O’Callaghan, André Perfetti, Camille Raimbault, Christophe Terlinden, Thierry Verbeke
curated by Pablo Cavero


9. September – 3. January 2015
Group Show, Espace Verney Carron, Lyon, France

with: Julieta Aranda, Aram Bartholl, Vincent Broquaire, Grégory Chatonsky, Pierre Clément, Sara Ludy, Angelo Plessas, Paul Souviron, Katie Torn, Clement Valla
curating : Alexis Jakubowicz et Philippe Riss

Dead Drops at Palais de Tokyo

24. June – 23. September 2015
Solo Show, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, info

Four Dead Drops are installed in different places of the museum. Visitors are invited to bring a laptop to connect to them.

“From the very beginning, I always encouraged people to leave their art on there. Especially for the MoMA dead drops, I made this blog post like, ‘If you want to be able to claim you had art in the MoMA, you can just go now and put something on there’.” Aram Bartholl
Dead Drops is a participative project started in 2010 by German multi-media artist Aram Bartholl. A dead drop or dead letter box is a term from the field of espionage and designates a method used to transmit information or items at a secret location. This anonymous peer to peer file-sharing network is based on USB keys cemented into a wall or other support in public space. The GPS coordinates of the site are then posted on the Dead Drops website. Each dead drop is installed empty except for a simple text file explaining the project. Users are invited to share documents, pics, digital works, films or whatever suits their fancy. A  computer with a USB port is the only thing needed to connect to the not interconnected network. After having installed and referenced the first five dead drops in New York and on the web, Bartholl’s project unexpectedly took off, spreading internationally. As of May 2015, over 1520 Dead Drops had been submitted to Aside from its crazy concept, the project tries to rematerialise the dematerialised world of computers. Following the revelations by Edward Snowden, at a time when clouds and the debate on internet censorship and privacy have become hot topics, this project is now more then ever front and center on the political stage.
Born in Germany in 1972, Bartholl focuses on interrelations between the digital world and our physical surroundings. He obtained his degree in architecture from the University of arts in Berlin, where he lives and works. His artistic work has been shown in numerous festivals and exhibitions in museums and galleries. In 2011, five Dead Drops were part of the “Talk to me” exhibition at the MoMA in New York and a new facet of the project saw the day in 2013 with the installation of a DVD Dead Drop at Museum of the Moving Image in New York as well. Palais de Tokyo is the first French institution to welcome Dead Drops.

Cited from “Somewhere between Cyber and Real: An interview with Aram Bartholl”, by Jillian Steinhauer, 2012,

Art In The Age Of… Planetary Computation

22. May – 23. August 2015
Group Show, Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam, Netherlands

with: Bartholl, Aram; Biscotti, Rossella; Canell, Nina; Gerrard, John; Herregraven, Femke; Hirsch, Antonia; Khan-Dossos, Navine G.; Mundy, Owen; Paglen, Trevor; Raven, Lucy

Offline Art: Are you still there?

24. April – 5. July 2015
Group Show, Museum Angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany

curated by Aram Bartholl
with: Alma Alloro, Anthony Antonellis, LaTurbo Avedon, James Bridle, Constant Dullaart, Claudia Mate, Eva & Franco Mattes aka, Niko Princen, Sebastian Schmieg, UBERMORGEN, Addie Wagenknecht

Offline Art: Are you still there?

24. April – 5. July 2015
Curatorial, Museum Angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany

curated by Aram Bartholl
with: Alma Alloro, Anthony Antonellis, LaTurbo Avedon, James Bridle, Constant Dullaart, Claudia Mate, Eva & Franco Mattes aka, Niko Princen, Sebastian Schmieg, UBERMORGEN, Addie Wagenknecht


7. April 2015
Workshop, Parsons School, Paris, France


28. March 2015 – 28. June 2015
Group Show, Kunsthaus Kaufbeuren, Kaufbeuren, Germany

with: Aram Bartholl, JODI und Evan Roth

Point Of View

20. February – 10. April 2015
Solo Show, Babycastles, New York

‘Point Of View’ questions the current paradigm shift of perspective. What is the role of the hand held screen framing our everyday life? How has gaming shaped the representation of our digital self?

Over the past 100 years the screen has moved constantly closer to our eyes. Most people today spend significantly more time looking at smart-phone screens than at computer screens or TVs (not to mention the cinema screen Games have been an important driving motor for the development of digital culture in the past four decades. The first person view popularized by early computer games like Doom and Duke Nukem has now entered the  real world with the growing popularity of head-mounted cameras. GoPro and Google Glass users generate a constant stream of pictures with their hands in view like a digital avatar. A whole range of digital glasses are poised to enter the market. The Oculus Rift promises the classic idea of cyberspace an immersive reality, while people in public extend their body with a selfie stick. Is the view leaving our body now? Will the picture frame finally disappear?

Let’s enjoy the last years of looking at each others screens in public transportation or over the shoulder in Let’s Play gaming videos. The point of view is changing.

Aram Bartholl 2015

Workshop on opening night: Build your own POV head band for your phone!

Offline Art: ‘Your are not checked in’ at ‘Capture All!’

28. January – 1. February 2015
Curatorial, Transmediale, Berlin, Germany


22. January – 8. February 2015
Group Show, De Makten, Brussels, Belgium

Snel Hest

17. January – 14. February 2015
Group Show, Konsthall, Osby, Sweden

curated by Geraldine Juarez


6. December 2014
Workshop, Kunsthalle, St.Gallen, Switzerland

with !Mediengruppe Bitnik

End User

27. November – 18. January 2014
Group Show, Hayward Gallery Project Space, London, England

with: Cory Arcangel, Aram Bartholl, Tyler Coburn, Jon Rafman, Erica Scourti and Liz Sterry, among others

Lecture & PAINT figure drawing class

29. – 30. October 2014
Workshop, Univeristy of Florida, Gainsville, Florida, USA

The Darknet – From Memes to Onionland. An Exploration.

16. October – 4. January 2014
Group Show, Kunsthalle St.Gallen, St.Gallen, Switzerland

Curated by !Mediengruppe Bitnik
with: !Mediengruppe Bitnik, Anonymous, Cory Arcangel, Aram Bartholl, Heath Bunting, Simon Denny, Eva and Franco Mattes, Robert Sakrowski, Valentina Tanni i.a.

PAINT figure drawing class

11. October 2014
Workshop, EYEBEAM, New York, USA


8. October – 6. December 2014
Group Show, The Beautiful Ordinary / Le Bel Ordinaire, Billère, France

curated by Nicolas et Bertrand Grimault
with: Julian Oliver, RYBN, James Bridle, Aram Bartholl, Julien Prévieux, Minsu Kim, Clémence de la Tour du Pin, Sloan Leblanc, Nicolas Floc’h, Dardex, Turtle 1, Oliver Laric, Jean-Baptiste Bayle, Giorgia Lupi, Genomic Gastronomy Painters and Poets

16. September – 31. August 2014
Group Show, Mestna Galerija Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Curated by: Vuk Ćosić & Alenka Gregorič
with: !MEDIENGRUPPE BITNIK,, Cory Arcangel, Kim Asendorf, Mez Breeze, Cristophe Bruno, Heath Bunting, Shu Lea Cheang, Paolo Cirio, Vuk Ćosić, Constant Dullaart, Lisa Jevbratt, JODI, Justin Kemp, Olia Lialina, Alessandro Ludovico, Mouchette, Mark Napier, Evan Roth, ®™ark, Eryk Salvaggio, Alexei Shulgin, Teo Spiller, Igor Štromajer, Thomson & Craighead, Ubermorgen, Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries, Jaka Železnikar

Hurt me plenty

13. September – 1. November 2014
Solo Show, DAM Gallery, Berlin

In his solo show Aram Bartholl exhibits a new series of works inspired by the questions and developments engaging humankind’s ‘entry’ into the digital realm and the role of the first person as ‘shooter’. Bartholl deconstructs stereotypes about pixel imaging with unique large-scale works that are subtly combined with a series of pieces about issues of privacy, surveillance and net neutrality. With this exhibition, Bartholl proposes a new discourse that challenges the current debates about surveillance versus the seemingly antiquated ideas and images of ‘cyberspace’.

Introduction by Olia Lialina, Professorin New Media at the Merz Akademie Stuttgart.


Hurt me plenty – opening speech by Olia Lialina
press release DAM gallery, by Tina Sauerländer PDF “Aram Bartholl, Hurt me plenty (2014)” by Jean Kay ‘Aram Bartholl’s First-Person Shooter Art Exhibition’ by Andrew Salomone
Breitband Deutschlandradio, ‘Vorsicht Ironie’ by Moritz Metz  (mp3, at 20:13 min) ‘Yes, Even Duke Nukem Is Art‘ by Luke Plunkett

Work in Public

10. September – 6. November 2014
Group Show, Decad, Berlin, Germany

with: Vito Acconci, Edward Allington, Rachel Alliston, Clay Arlington, Assemble, Nairy Baghramian, Mirosław Bałka, Aram Bartholl, Andrea Blum, Matthew Darbyshire, Spencer Finch, Hypothetical Development Organization, Shakuntala Kulkarni, Alyssa Lingerfelt, Duane Linklater, The Living, Rick Lowe, Mass Studies, Vanessa Safavi, servo, Naama Tsabar, Vazio S/A


6. September – 23. December 2014
Group Show, Alingsås Konsthall, Alingsås, Denmark

with: Aram Bartholl, Erik Berglin, Evan Roth, James Cauty, KATSU, Geraldine Juarez, Magnus Eriksson, Raquel Meyers, Yaxu/Algorave, GOTO80

art / space / public

28. – 30. August 2014
Talk, Urbane Künste Ruhr, Duisburg, Germany

with: Marius Babias, Aram Bartholl, Brigitte Franzen, Sabine Himmelsbach, Stefan Kaegi, Vasıf Kortun, Philipp Misselwitz, Susa Pop, Hanno Rauterberg, Christian Saehrendt, Tino Sehgal, Philippe Van Cauteren and Beat Wyss among others

DeadDrops HackDay

22. June 2014
Workshop, c-base, Berlin, Germany

Crime Scene

14. June 2014 – 14. September 2014
Group Show, Rauma Biennale Balticum 2014, Rauma Art Museum, Rauma, Finnland

with: Aram Bartholl (DE), Cooltūristės (LT), Liisi Eelma & Minna Hint (EE), Inga Erdmane (LV), Evgenia Golant (RU), Geir Tore Holm & Søssa Jørgensen (NO), Stine Marie Jacobsen (DK), JP Kaljonen (FI), Karel Koplimets (EE), Haidi Motola (FI), Dorota Nieznalska (PL), NUG (SE), Lauri Rotko & Jukka Rapo (FI), Telekommunisten (Dmytri Kleiner, Baruch Gottlieb) (DE)

Arquitecturas invisibles y El cuerpo como sensor

24. – 25. May 2014
Workshop, Atomic, Palma, Spain

HACK! – Die Kunst des {Um}schreibens

21. – 23. May 2014
Talk, Literatur und Strom 5, Stuttgart, Germany

Notre Itineraire

16. May – 8. August 2014
Group Show, Espace Verney-Carron, Lyon, France

with: Curated by Alexis Jakubowicz, Artist: Aram Bartholl, Hassan Darsi, Manuel Fernandez, Bodys Isek Kigelez, Florent Lagrange, Simon Nicaise, Jean-Christophe Nourisson, Vann Punk, Evan Roth and Addie Wagenknecht

Do It With Others

14. – 18. May 2014
Group Show, Clickfestival, Cpüenhagen, Denmark

Hyperresemblances: REALITY FX

23. April – 7. June 2014
Group Show, The Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University, New York, USA

with: Aram Bartholl, BFFA3AE, Nicolas Ceccaldi, Petra Cortright, Aleksandra Domanovic, Marisa Olson, Hito Steyerl, Ryan Trecartin, …

DIAS Opening

3. April – 10. August 2014
Workshop, Vallensbæk, Denmark, Digital Interactive Art Space

with: Aram Bartholl (DE), Patrick Bergeron (CA), Jesper Carlsen (DK), A K Dolven (NO), Mogens Jacobsen (DK), Wayne Siegel (US / DK), Rolf Steensig (DK), Chris Sugrue (US), Jacob Tækker (DK) and Kassandra Wellendorf (DK).


13. March – 10. April 2014
Group Show, XPO Gallery, Paris, France

Curated by Aram Bartholl

With: Vincent Broquaire, Jennifer Chan, Petra Cortright, Constant Dullaart, Oliver Laric, Sara Ludy, Raquel Meyers, Evan Roth, Rafaël Rozendaal, Paul Souviron, Addie Wagenknecht, Ai Weiwei


13. March – 10. April 2014
Curatorial, XPO Gallery, Paris, France

Curated by Aram Bartholl

Participating artists:
Vincent Broquaire, Jennifer Chan, Petra Cortright, Constant Dullaart, Oliver Laric, Sara Ludy, Raquel Meyers, Evan Roth, Rafaël Rozendaal, Paul Souviron, Addie Wagenknecht, Ai Weiwei


26. January – 13. April 2014
Group Show, Mediamatic, Amsterdam, Netherlands


15. – 19. January 2014
Group Show, London Art Fair, London, England

with: Aram Bartholl, Joe Hamilton, John Houck, Nicolai Howalt, Andrew Norman Wilson, Kate Steciw, …

YIA ART FAIR with XPO gallery

27. October 2013
Group Show, YIA ART FAIR #03, Paris, France

with xpo gallery


24. October – 30. November 2013
Group Show, Stadtgalerie Bern, Bern, Switzerland

with: Aram Bartholl / Gaël Grivet / Marc Lee / Annina Rüst / !Mediengruppe Bitnik
curated by Damian Jurt

Hello World

30. September – 13. October 2013
Solo Show, Kasseler Kunstverein, Kassel, info

Aram Bartholl prefers to funnel Internet into “real” life. At the museum entrance, he has reproduced the backdrop of first-person shooter game Counterstrike. “A lot of people play this kind of game and know its layout quite well”, said Bartholl. That is why he wanted to bring these spaces into real life – which particularly excited him as an architect. “These buildings only exist on servers and software. I think they should be built.”

The piece “Are you Human” shows a captcha code on large, rusty iron loops on the floor. These are the codes that users must often input on websites to post a comment to an article.

Captcha codes can not be read by machines. By entering the code, users alert the program or the website that they are a human and not a bot that sends spam. “It was important for me to experiment with it on a big scale and give real weight and materiality to an otherwise fleeting Internet signature,” Bartholl said.

Many “officials” from the art scene are still wary of web art. But this seems to be slowly changing. “At first Internet was not so overtly visible in public,” said the exhibition’s curator Olaf Val, from Kassel Art Association. “Now one can see Internet subjects on the news every day. And the consequence is that the artists involved with it are also taken more seriously.” Val said he hopes that in the future, increasing numbers web artists are able to exhibit their work.

The public is certainly interested. Visitors at the Kassel exhibition are not only computer and Internet nerds but hail from all age groups interested in art. Nevertheless, one part of the exhibition leaves some visitors clueless. Bartholl curated a parallel exhibition, in which 14 artists participated. It is a room with 14 routers. Each router shows a piece of Internet artwork (a website, a video, or an animation). But it only works if you have a smartphone, as visitors must log into the router to see the artwork. This is a perfect example of Bartholl’s intent: show how digital and real world converge. But it is also a reminder that not everyone is so well-connected to the digital world. Visitors without a tablet or a smartphone only see small, black squares on a wall.

Bartholl’s works are closely in tune with the times. He must constantly create something new, because Internet and the way people interact with it changes so quickly. The artist has even chased after a Google-camera car while waving. As a result he makes a few cameo appearances on Google Streetview, while the houses behind him are pixelated.

Edward Snowden and the NSA affair have also inspired Bartholl. He has printed an encrypted key in big letters on a canvas. To the left is a portrait of US president, Barack Obama, wearing Google glasses. Only one word protrudes from the speech bubble: “PRISM.”



28. September 2013 – 1. July 2014
Group Show, MOTI - Museum of the Image, Breda, Netherlands

The participating designers are: Aram Bartholl, Anthony Burrill, Juul Hondius, Noortje van Eekelen, Paula Scher, Akatre, Martijn Engelbregt, NL Architects, Pinar & Viola, Niels Schrader, Antoine Peters, Dawn, Maurer United, Honey & Bunny, Atelier Ted Noten, Harmen Liemburg, MVRDV, AKV|St.Joost, Pictoplasma and Herman van Bostelen.


27. – 29. September 2013
Group Show, Todaysart festival, The Hague, Netherlands

Synthesize! Symposium

14. September 2013
Workshop, FHNW, Basel, Switzerland

F.A.T. Lab GOLD – 5 years of fffffat!!

13. September 2013 – 26. January 2014
Workshop,, Eindhoven, Netherlands

In Medias Res

11. September – 30. October 2013
Group Show, Galerie Verney-Carron, Lyon, France

Curateur : Alexis Jakubowicz
with: Rodrigo Arteaga (Chili), Aram Bartholl (allemagne), Patricia Camet (Pérou), Gloria Friedmann (France), Eva Jospin (France), Benjamin Mecz (France), Genêt Mayor (suisse), Simon Nicaise (France)


30. August – 13. October 2013
Curatorial, Kasseler Kunstverein, Kassel, Germany

Curation: Aram Bartholl
with: Constant Dullaart, Deanna Havas, Ei Jane Janet Lin, Eva & Franco Mattes aka, Evan Roth, JODI, Jon Cates, Lorna Mills, Jeremiah Johnson, Penelope Umbrico, Rosa Menkman, Sakrowski aka curatingYouTube, UBERMORGEN, Vuk Ćosić

Public Abstraction Private Construction VI VII

26. July – 15. September 2013
Group Show, Kunstverein Arnsberg, Arnsberg, Germany

with: Aram Bartholl, Julius von Bismarck & Julian Charriere, Heike Bollig, Andreas Greiner & Fabian Knecht, Katrin Herzner, Gordon Matta-Clark, Adrien Missika, Piero Manzoni, Ivan Moudov, Philippe Parreno, Hans Schabus, Roman Signer, Timm Ulrichs, Ella Ziegler

Playtime – Videogame mythologies

18. July – 8. September 2013
Group Show, Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow, Russia

Summer Splash 2

18. June – 27. July 2013
Group Show, DAM Gallery, Berlin, Germany

with: Aram Bartholl, Constant Dullaart, Ernest Edmonds, Eduardo Kac, Sommerer & Mignonneau, Evan Roth, UBERMORGEN.COM, among others

Retweet if you want more followers

17. May – 26. June 2013
Solo Show, xpo gallery, Paris, info

Aram Bartholl’s work creates an interplay between internet, culture and reality. The versatile communication channels are taken for granted these days, but how do they influence us? According to the paradigm change of media research Bartholl not just asks what man is doing with the media, but what media does with man. The tension between public and private, online and offline, technology infatuation and everyday life creates the core of his producing.

For the show Retweet if you want more followers at xpo gallery, Paris exhibition Aram Bartholl created a series of new works questioning the Internet immanent ubiquitous scream for attention. The constant stream of codes, signs and change force the user to filter, decode and recalibrate every day. Screen scape of high speed time lines, hidden code, endless video or 3D space invade our minds for ever while large parts are blocked. The impossible to remember what link was hot last week is ignored by the calm, hypnotic glow of the screen which makes us smile. Retweet this now!

Fußnoten zum Aufbruch

8. May – 13. July 2013
Group Show, Motorenhalle, Dresden, Germany

with: Zbynek Baladrán (Prag/CZ), Aram Bartholl (Berlin), Franca Bartholomäi (Halle), Till Ansgar Baumhauer (Dresden), Ondrej Brody & Kristofer Paetau (Prag/CZ), Gregory Buchert (Lyon/F), Maria Bussmann (Wien/AT), Ayelen Coccoz (Buenos Aires/AR), Chto Delat (St. Petersburg, Moskau/RU), Ulrike Gärtner (Dresden), Göran Gnaudschun (Potsdam), Arti Grabowski (Krakow/PL), Igor Grubic (Zagreb/HR), Eberhard Havekost (Berlin), Martin Kippenberger/Walter Dahn (Köln), Friedl Kubelka (Wien/AT), among others …

Brand Innovations for Ubiquitous Authorship

23. – 11. April 2013
Group Show, Carroll / Fletcher, London, England

Curated by Eva & Franco Mattes aka
Participating artists:
Annabelle Arlie, Brian Khek, Andreas Banderas, Martin Kohout, Aram Bartholl, Bryan Krueger, Body by Body, Lindsay Lawson, Chris Coy, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Christofer Degrér, Jon Rafman, Nick DeMarco, Sean Raspet, Constant Dullaart, Rafael Rozendaal, Andreas Ervik, Borna Sammak, Matt Goerzen, Oliver Sutherland, Aaron Graham, Daniel Temkin, Toby Huddlestone, Brad Troemel, Parker Ito, Artie Vierkant, Justin Kemp, Andrew Norman Wilson

F.A.T. Lab GOLD – 5 years of fffffat!!

1. – 20. April 2013
Group Show, Eyebeam, New York, USA

Art Paris

28. March – 4. April 2013
Group Show, XPO Gallery, Paris, France

with: Aram Bartholl, Vasilios Paspalis, Paul Souviron, Cornelia Baltes, Vincent Broquaire, Joe Clark, Cédric Quissola, Phil Thompson
Curation: Philippe Riss


6. – 27. March 2013
Solo Show, Aksioma, Ljubljana

Art13 London

1. – 3. March 2013
Group Show, Olympia Grand Hall, DAM Gallery, Berlin, Germany


A truly modern Google portrait of Kate Middleton and an art work visible only on visitors’ Smartphone screens.

Entire Great Britain got worked up when the first official portrait of Kate Middleton was presented in the National Portrait Gallery in London at the beginning of the year. Critics described the oil painting by the Glasgow artist Paul Emsley as “ghostly” and an “aesthetic disaster”. Fans of this much-loved prince’s consort are disappointed by the aesthetic effect of the portrait. But it is not just the artistic quality of the painting that seems antiquated in view of our contemporary media society.

With his “Google Portrait” (2013), Aram Bartholl, a German artist who likes to cross borders between the virtual and the real world, has now come up with a form of portrait more in keeping with our times to meet the aristocracy’s desire for perpetuation. His drawing leads to a Google search for Kate Middleton. When scanned into a Smartphone, the QR code the artist has drawn on paper in charcoal takes one to the appropriate Google link. Try it out!

The fact that an aesthetic piece of information does not always necessarily coincide with the surface of an art work is also shown by the second work of Aram Bartholl that DAM GALLERY is presenting this weekend at the new art fair Art13 in London, along with software works by Casey Reas (US) and 3-D animations by Eelco Brand (NL).

The three WiFi routers of the art work “Offline Monochrome” (triptych, 2013) send signals offline using their own network to mobile end devices such as Smartphones, tablets or laptops. After visitors have connected with the respective network of a router, their browsers display a monochrome colour. Here, art departs the exhibition space for the private screens of the visitors.

The DAM GALLERY stand also features a screen hanging on it with the software “Signal to Noise” (2012) by the US artist Casey Reas. The images generated live in the exhibition space using a software program are based on a ‘collage machine’ that uses television signals as raw material. In much the same way as a collage in the early 20th century was put together from media of the time, “Signal to Noise” refracts and distorts the television signals and transforms them into newly formatted data structures.

Finally, there are two 3-D animations by the Dutch artist Eelco Brand to be seen, in which the artist does an ironic take on the desire of artists to imitate and create, turning a realistically animated natural scene into a surreal kind of movement in short film clips. Nature escapes human control and strikes back in the image.

More information on Art13 London:


22. February – 23. March 2013
Solo Show, xpo gallery, Paris

participating artists :
Cory Arcangel, Kim Asendorf, Claude Closky, Constant Dullaart, Dragan Espenschied, Faith Holland, JODI, Olia Lialina, Jonas Lund, Evan Roth, Phil Thompson, Emilie Gervais & Sarah Weis

curated by Aram Bartholl

new2 is the first show realized in the OFFLINE ART exhibition format.  Web-based art works will be disconnected from the Internet but accessible via a wireless network. A high-profile selection of twelve artists from various ‘Internet generations’ – all of whom work digitally and online – will present both old and recent works. OFFLINE ART: new2 is a group show about files, versions and copies that question the idea of endless ‘novelty’ in an era of daily remixing on the Internet. A digital file can be copied endlessly, without any loss of quality, thus enabling a web culture of nonstop creating, sharing and remixing files, which has influenced an entire generation of artists.

Over the last two decades, Internet artists have been constantly and prolifically creating web-based works. Files are often collected online, reused, recycled and remixed in varied ways. A former version of the file is called ‘new.gif’ and it becomes outdated five minutes later, with the arrival of ’new2.gif’. Computers and the Internet don’t require a final version. “I still need to make some changes…”

What is the current state of net art and what happens when works are taken offline? What is the correct format for a work of art that is to be shown in a gallery if it had only existed previously on the web? What is the relationship between Internet art and the ever-growing number of mobile devices? OFFLINE ART: new2 reflects recent discussions among artists and curators about whether or not pieces should be available offline and how this should occur. All pieces in this show are browser-based and at the same time only locally accessible. In the end, each artist decides how and which version will also be available on the Internet.

The OFFLINE ART exhibition format:

Browser-based digital art works are broadcast locally from wifi routers which are not connected to the Internet. Each art work is assigned a single wifi router which is accessible through any device, like smart-phones, tablets or laptops. To access the different art works, the visitor has to connect to each network individually. The name of the network reflects the name of the artist. No matter what URL is opened, only the specific artwork appears in the browser. A small web server holding the art piece is installed on a USB flash drive which is connected to the router. Like frames holding the art, the routers are hung in the exhibition space which is otherwise empty. The art i tself becomes visible only on the visitor’s private screen.The pieces are locally widely accessible but disconnected from the Internet

Aram Bartholl 2013

From here on

22. February – 13. April 2013
Group Show, Arts Santa Mónica, Barcelona, Spain

with: Adrian Sauer, Andreas Schmidt, Aram Bartholl, Claudia Sola, Constant Dullaart, Corinne Vionnet, David Crawford, Doug Rickard, Ewoudt Boonstra, Frank Schallmaier, Gilbert Hage, Hans Aarsman, Hermann Zschiegner, James Howard, Jenny Odell, Jens Sundheim, John Haddock, Jon Rafman, Josh Poehlein, Kurt Caviezel, Laia Abril, Laurence Aëgerter, Leo Gabin, Marco Bohr, Martin Crawl, Micheal O’Connell a.k.a Mocksim, Mishka Henner, Monica Haller, Nancy Beans, Pavel M. Smejkal, Penelope Umbrico, Roc Herms, Roy Arden, Shion Sono, Thomas Mailaender, Tony Churnside & The Get Out Clause, Viktoria Binschtok, Willem Popelier


21. February – 12. March 2013
Curatorial, XPO Gallery, Paris, France

curated by Aram Bartholl
participating artists : Cory Arcangel, Kim Asendorf, Claude Closky, Constant Dullaart, Dragan Espenschied, Faith Holland, JODI, Olia Lialina, Jonas Lund, Evan Roth, Phil Thompson, Emilie Gervais & Sarah Weis


20. February – 27. April 2013
Group Show, DAM Gallery Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany

with: Aram Bartholl (D), Eelco Brand (NL), Joan Leandre (ES), Gerhard Mantz (D), Manfred Mohr (D), Vera Molnar (F), Casey Reas (US)

Vertical Cinema

18. February 2013
Curatorial, Platoon Berlin, Berlin, Germany

presented by & Aram Bartholl

Meine Wunderkammer

1. December 2012 – 26. January 2013
Group Show, DAM Gallery, Berlin, Germany

with: Aram Bartholl (DE), Simon Biggs (AU), Laurence Gartel (US), Lynn Hershmann Leeson (US), Frieder Nake (DE), Flavien Thery (FR), UBERMORGEN.COM (AT), Norman White (CA), among others

Artist talk

28. November 2012
Talk, University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) Preston, Preston, England

Co-Re-Creating Spaces

17. November 2012 – 5. January 2013
Group Show, centralTrak, UT Dallas, Dallas, USA

curated by Carolyn Sortor & Michael A. Morris
with: Morehshin Allahyari; Nadav Assor; Amy Balkin; Aram Bartholl; Zanny Begg & Oliver Ressler; Linda Bilda; Irina Botea; Martha Colburn; Danette Dufilho, Anne Lawrence, Bernie Diaz, et al.; eteam; Cao Fei; Yevgeniy Fiks, Olga Kopenkina, & Alexandra Lerman; Institute for Wishful Thinking; Greg Metz, Kristin Cochran, & Cassandra Emswiler; Martha Rosler; Dread Scott; Yes Lab/Steve Lambert; Karen Weiner.

fiac art fair

18. – 21. October 2012
Group Show, fiac art fair, Paris, France

Digitale Kultur: GameTalks

18. October 2012
Talk, Stadtbibliothek, Stuttgart, Germany

Rock the Block

2. October 2012
Group Show, Backjumps, Berlin, Germany


12. September 2012 – 12. December 2012
Group Show, Zero1 Bienale, San Jose, USA

The Future of offline filesharing

6. – 8. June 2012
Workshop, Baltanlabs, Einhoven, Netherlands

3-day workshop with David Darts


2. June – 22. September 2012
Group Show, Utah Museum of Contemporary Art (UMOCA), Utah, USA

curated by: Aaron Moulton
with: Steve McQueen, Ignacio Uriarte, Adam Bateman, Beehive Design Collective, Andy Graydon, Janos Fodor, Jakup Ferri, REP Group, Rainer Ganahl, Aram Barhtoll, Pablo Helguera, Lucia Nimcova, Ignasi Aballi, Lisa Oppenheim, Bob Moss, and more

Next Berlin

9. May 2012
Talk, Next Berlin, Conference for digital industries, Berlin, Germany

Invisible Maps

20. April – 10. June 2012
Group Show, Luis Adelantado Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico

curated by Violeta Horcasitas
with Aram Barhtoll, Eduardo Basualdo, Peter Coffin, Daniel Everett, Marcius Galan, Veronique Jourmard, Miltos Manetas, Moris, Michael Rael, Jon Rafman, David Shrigley and Mungo Thomson

Seven on Seven

13. – 14. April 2012
Talk, Rhizome, New York, USA

with: Aram Bartholl, Xavier Cha, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Naeem Mohaimen, Jon Rafman, Taryn Simon, Stephanie Syjuco, Jeremy Ashkenas, Blaine Cook, Michael Herf, Marissa Mayer, Aaron Swartz, Khoi Vinh, Anthony Volodkin

Playtime – Videogame mythologies

10. March – 9. December 2012
Group Show, Maison d'Ailleurs, Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland

Curated by José Luis de Vicente

Aram Bartholl in Conversation with Evan Roth (Book Launch and Talk)

2. February 2012
Talk, Gestalten Space, Berlin, Germany

Reply All

27. January – 10. March 2012
Solo Show, DAM Gallery, Berlin, Germany, info


DAM GALLERY shows the first solo exhibition of Berlin based artist Aram Bartholl (*1972, Bremen), whose works are engaged in a tension-filled dialogue between virtual and real life. In 2011 Bartholl participated in exhibitions at MoMA, New York, at the Pace Gallery, New York and at DAM GALLERY, Cologne.

His works reflect the pulse of the time, they are not based on simple observation of an artistic object, but are characterized by thought-provoking impulses stimulated by Aram and by the subsequent independent existence that his projects develop through the participation of the audience. His interventions in public space, his installations and sculptures in the tradition of ready mades are based on a DIY-culture – not in the sense of dilettantism but of individual creation and individual responsibility – as well as on the popular emblems of the internet, that Bartholl surprisingly confronts us with in reality.

Opening + Book Release: 27 Januar, 7 – 9 pm, Aram Bartholl – The Speed Book, Gestalten-Verlag, 2012

7.30 pm: Performance How to Vacuum Form by Aram Bartholl, + Book Presentation by Domenico Quaranta (author and curator)


Signals: For Real

27. January – 1. February 2012
Group Show, IFFR, Rotterdam, Netherlands

curated by Rutger Wolfson, Edwin Carels and Inge de Leeuw


13. January – 11. February 2012
Group Show, Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, Nebraska, USA

Collaboration with BemisUNDERGROUND and curated by Angeles Cossio and Jeff Thompson (

Curious Minds: New Approaches in Design

16. December 2011 – 30. April 2012
Group Show, Design & Architecture dept. The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel

Curated by Alex Ward

Dada New York II

1. December 2011 – 1. February 2012
Group Show, Cabaret Voltaire, Zurich, Switzerland

with: The Yes Men, Reverend Billy, Voina Group, Conceptual Devices, Irwin, Königreiche von Elgaland-Vargaland, Mac Ghillie, !Mediengruppe Bitnik, UBERMORGEN, Roland Wagner, Aram Bartholl and others

Tracing Mobility

24. November – 12. December 2011
Group Show, Trampoline at HKW, Berlin, Germany

Exhibition, Workshops, Symposion with: Frank Abbott, Aram Bartholl, Neal Beggs, Heath Bunting, Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller, Miles Chalcraft, Simon Faithfull, Yolande Harris, Folke Köbberling & Martin Kaltwasser, Landon Mackenzie, Open_Sailing, plan b, Esther Polak & Ivar van Bekkum, Gordan Savicic, Mark Selby, Michelle Teran

Space Invaders

12. November 2011 – 29. January 2012
Group Show, Nikolaj Kunsthal / Nikolaj Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center, Copenhagen, Denmark

Artist: Jeremy Bailey, Pippin Barr, Aram Bartholl, Troels Hugo Cederholm/DADIU, Will Crowther & Don Woods, Die Gute Fabrik, Mark Essen, Harun Farocki, Cao Fei, Søren Thilo Funder, Riley Harmon, Timothy Hutchings, Michael Johansson, David Kraftsow, Walter Langelaar, Ludic Society, Media Molecule, Nauhgty Dog, Julian Oliver, Guillaume Reymond, Rockstar Games, Taito, Jacob Tækker, Valve Software, Marieke Verbiesen, Bill Viola og USC Game Innovation Lab.

Ping Pong vidéo n°20

9. November 2011
Group Show, Art Center of Pau, Pau, France

Video screening with: Ivan Argote, Aram Bartholl, Art Oriente Objet, Christophe Girardet, Hans Gissinger, Djamel Kokene, Astrid Nippoldt, Elisa Pone, Laurent Sfar & Sandra Foltz, among others


3. November – 12. December 2011
Group Show, XIII International Festival for New Media Culture, Riga, Latvia

with: Bart Vandeput / Bartaku, Ingo Günther, Grégory Lasserre un Anaïs met den Ancxt / Scenocosme, Lynn Pook, Julien Clauss, Mathieu Lehanneur / Le Laboratoire, Gilberto Esparza, Ricardo O’Nascimento, Javier Busturia, Jingni Wang / Popkalab, Thomas Thwaites, Ulrich Vogl, Raul Nieves, Gerard Rubio, Jordi Bari / BlablabLAB, Julian Oliver, Aram Bartholl, Danja Vasiliev, Ben Dromey, Rasa Šmite, Raitis Šmits, Jānis Garančs, Mārtiņš Ratniks un RIXC.

Macht im öffentlichen Raum

2. – 23. November 2011
Talk, DAZ, Berlin, Germany

Lecture series organized by Space Strategies class Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee,
with: Aram Bartholl, Brad Downey, Julius von Bismarck, Le van Bo

What’s next?

21. October – 22. November 2011
Talk, University of Cologne, Institut für Kunst & Kunsttheorie, Cologne, Germany

Symposion with: Aram Bartholl, Matthias Böttger, Holm Friebe, Johannes M. Hedinger, Timo Meisel, Torsten Meyer, Sebastian Plönges, Konstanze Schütze, Wey-Han Tan

Quasi Cinema

23. – 25. September 2011
Group Show, Video_Dumbo, New York, USA

curated by Caspar Stracke & Gabriela Monroy
with:Leslie Thornton, Aram Bartholl, Ernesto Klar, Ali Miharbi, Naho Taruishi, Andy Graydon and Ken Jacobs

Experience Space

17. September – 4. October 2011
Group Show, DAM Gallery, Berlin, Germany

with: A. Bartholl, C. Sommerer + L.Mignnoneau, Electronic Shadow, J. F. Simon, L.Hershman Leeson, LAb[au], M. Watz , N. Nickel among others

Social Media

16. September – 15. October 2011
Group Show, The Pace Gallery, New York City, USA

with: Christopher Baker, Aram Bartholl, David Byrne, Emilio Chapela, Jonathan Harris, Robert Heinecken, Miranda July & Harrell Fletcher, Sep Kamvar and Penelope Umbrico

Blkriver 2011

15. – 27. September 2011
Group Show, BLK RIVER Festival 2011, Vienna, Austria

with: Akay / Voina Group / Aram Bartholl / BLU / Brad Downey / Christian Falsnaes / Leopold Kessler / JR / OX / Ivan Argote / Marlene Hausegger / Erwin Wurm / Zuk Club) among others

Ready for upgrade!

9. September – 1. November 2011
Group Show, DAM Gallery Cologne, Cologne, Germany

Duo show with JODI

Each Memory Recalled Must Do Some Violence To Its Origin

1. – 30. September 2011
Group Show, Undisclosed Location, Utah, USA

curated by Aaron Moulton,
Artists: William Anastasi, Aram Bartholl, Adam Bateman, Mike Bouchet, Roisin Byrne, John Divola, Constant Dullaart, Urs Fischer, Venessa Gromek, Daniel Kingery, John Kleckner, Stefan Lesueur, David Levine, Jan Mancuska, Jason Metcalf, Lucia Nimcova, Jorge Peris, Benja Sachau, Fred Sandback, Robert Smithson, Nedko Solakov, Kasper Sonne, Jared Steffensen, Michael Stevensen, Piotr Uklanski, Ignacio Uriarte, Lawrence Wiener

Land Art for a New Generation

28. July 2011
Group Show, Kunstverein Hamburg & Showroom Mama, Rotterdam, Netherlands

with: Aram Bartholl (DE, 1972), Artie Vierkant (USA, 1986), Coralie Vogelaar (NL, 1981) & Teun Castelein (NL, 1980), Dennis de Bel (NL, 1984), Jeremy Wood (UK, 1976), JODI (BE/NL, 1968), Juliette Bonneviot (FR, 1983), Kari Altmann (USA, 1983), Constant Dullaart (NL, 1979)

Making Future Collaboration

8. July 2011
Talk, Broadway, Nottingham, England

with: Evan Roth, Aram Bartholl & F.A.T. action

From here on

4. July – 18. September 2011
Group Show, Les Rencontres d'Arles 2011, Photo Festival, Arles, France

curated by Clement Cheroux, Joan Fontcuberta, Erik Kessels, Martin Parr & Joachim Schmid
with: adrian sauer, andreas schmidt, aram Bartholl, claudia sola, constant dullaart, corinne Vionnet, cum*, david crawford, doug Rickard, ewoudt Boonstra, Frank schallmaier, gilbert hage, hans aarsman, hermann Zschiegner, James howard, Jenny odell, Jens sundheim, John haddock, Jon Rafman, Josh Poehlein, kurt caviezel, Laurence aëgerter, marco Bohr, martin crawl, mocksim, mishka henner, monica haller, nancy Bean, Pavel maria smejkal, Penelope Umbrico, Roy arden, shion sono, tony churnside et les get out clause, thomas mailaender, Viktoria Binschtok, Willem Popelier.

Berliner Zimmer Genossen

30. June – 2. July 2011
Group Show, Berlin Funkhaus, Berlin, Germany

curated by: Amir Fattal and Lutz Henke
with: Felix Amerbacher, Nadim Assad, Maxime Ballesteros, Aram Bartholl, Fabian Bechtle, Ina Viola Blasius, Maik Bluhm, Thibault Bourgoing, Thomas Bratzke, Gabriel Braun, Jessica Buhlmann, Markus Butkereit, Maria Margarethe Drexel, DTagno, Uros Djurovic, Frank Eickhoff, Amir Fattal, Pius Fox, Stella Geppert, GRUPPO TÖKMAG, Vincent Grunwald, Spiros Hadjidjanos, Tina Isabella Hild, Dirk Holzberg, Brad Hwang, Sean Johnson, Thari Jungen, Kathrin Köster, Felix Kiessling, Tina Linster, Martin Meyenburg, Regine Mueller-Waldeck, Astrid Nippoldt, Nik Nowak, Yoann Pistermann, Plastique Fantastique, Judy Ross, Christine Schulz, Emmy Skensved & Greg Blunt, Polina Soloveichik, Tim Stapel, Anton Stenbock, Despina Stokou, Yukihiro Taguchi, TRYONE, Eveline van de Griend, Eric Winkler


9. – 18. June 2011
Group Show, OFFF festival & Sonar festival, Barcelona, Spain

curated by Hector Ayuso
with: Random International, Marnix de Nijs, Daito Manabe, Rafael Lozano Hemmer, Aram Bartholl, Daniel Rozin, among others …

Wahlwoche – New Media Pathway

6. – 10. June 2011
Workshop, Merzakademie, Stuttgart, Germany

Wahlwoche guest teaching

Digital Folklore (canceled due to ashcloud)

25. May 2011
Talk, Gaite Lyrique, Paris, France

Conference cycle curated by Marie Lechner
with: Olia Lialina and Dragan Espenschied, JODI, Aram Bartholl


13. May – 28. September 2011
Group Show, Kumu, Tallin, Estonia

curated by Sabine Himmelsbach
with: Aram Bartholl, Clara Boj & Diego Diaz, Boredom Research, Petko Dourmana, Escoitar, Mindaugas Gapsevicius, Kirsten Geisler, Ingo Günther, Hanna Haaslathi, Katarzyna Krakowiak, Christina Kubisch, Andrea Kuluncic, Marc Lee, Les Lien Invisibles, Tapio Mäkelä, Jenny Marketou, Eva & Franco Mattes, Tanja Ostojic, Julius Popp, RIXC, Saso Sedlacek, Zoltan Szegedy-Maszak / Marton Fernezelyi, Thomson & Craighead, Timo Toots, Anna Trapenciere, You Must Relax


27. – 30. April 2011
Talk, SFAI's Thesis 2 Collaborative project, San Francisco, USA

with: Aram Bartholl, Christen Sperry-Garcia, Julie Cloutier, Nick Bastis, and Resonant City.

Electron Fesival

21. – 24. April 2011
Group Show, Festival des cultures electroniques de geneve, Geneva, Switzerland

curated by: Raffael Doerig
with: !Mediengruppe Bitnik, Aram Bartholl, René Bauermeister, Christian Croft & Andrew Schneider, Joseph Delappe, F.A.T. Lab, Shiho Fukuhara & Georg Tremmel, Andy Guhl & Norbert Moeslang, Florian Kaufmann & Michael Egger, Leopold Kessler, Christin Lahr, Eva & Franco Mattes, Manu Luksch, Nikolas Neecke, Ubermorgen, Julius von Bismarck

Share Conference

7. – 9. April 2011
Group Show, State of Exit Foundation, Belgrade, Serbia

with: Data Mining – Google – Rafe Kaplan, Political Party – Pirate Party – Amelia Andersdotter, Crisis Mapping – Crisis Mappers – Patrick Meier, Generative Art – V2 – Joost Rekveld, Digital Rights – Electronic Frontiers Foundation – Katitza Rodriguez, Mapping – Ushahidi – Jaroslav Valuch, Mobile Activisam – – KatrinVerclas, Blogging Disidents – Global Voices – Sami Ben Gharbia, Dead Drops – Aram Bartholl, Copyright – Electronic Frontiers Foundation – Kurt Opsahl, Civic media – MIT Media Lab – Chris Csikszentmihályi, Art and Data – MakroLab – Marko Peljhan, Flash Mobs – Improv Everywhere – Brian Fountain and Robyn Sklarenm, Future / SF / DIY – Wired Blog – Bruce Sterling, Flattr – Peter Sunde, Community – 4Chan Moot, Blogging – Yahoo News – Andrew Golis, Polical Tribes – Sam Graham-Felsen, Community – Couchsurfing, Mobile Community – FourSquare, Crowdfunding – Kickstarter, DIY Books Digitising – Marin Seric


14. – 15. March 2011
Workshop, Willem de Kooning Akademie, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Presentation and workshop.
with: Melanie Rieback PhD,Jon Stam, Aram Bartholl, Danja Vasiliev & Julian Oliver, Aart Muis/Rob Donkers, Rob van Kranenburg

Identités précaires

9. March – 12. September 2011
Group Show, Jeu de Paume, Paris, France

curated by Cristophe Bruno
with: Les Liens Invisibles, Eva and Franco Mattes aka, the Yes Men, Heath Bunting, Cornelia Sollfrank, LAN, Michael Mandiberg, Fanette Muxart et Clode Coulpier, Julien Levesque, Mouchette, Luther Blisset, among others


26. – 28. February 2011
Workshop, Edith Russ Hau, Oldenburg, Germany

Satellite event, “Friends” Workshop with Aram Bartholl

Alternative Controllers

4. February – 15. March 2011
Group Show, Devotion Gallery, New York, USA

with: Aram Bartholl, JODI, Julian Oliver, Kaho Abe …. among other

The Uncommon Portrait

26. January – 24. April 2011
Group Show, Portsmouth Museum of Art, Portsmouth, USA

curated by Stephanie C. Holt
with: Do Ho Suh, Martin Schoeller, R. Luke Dubois, Daniel Rozin, Jun-Jun Sta. Ana, Laylah Ali, Aram Bartholl, Noah Kalina, Michael Ferris Jr., WK Interact, and Evan Roth … among others

SPEED SHOW vol.5 – Open Internet

13. January 2011
Curatorial, Internet Cafe Welat, Paris, France

curated by Aram Bartholl, Anne Roquigny & Marie Lechner
with: Anonymous, Jean-Baptiste Bayle, Christophe Bruno & Samuel Troncon, Claude Closky, Marika Dermineur, Caroline Delieutraz, Constant Dullaart, JODI, Jérome Joy, Tobias Leingruber, Aymeric Mansoux & Dave Griffiths & Marloes de Valk, Albertine Meunier, Geraldine Juarez feat. M.I.A., Evan Roth, Systaime, VideOdrome mailing list, La Quadrature du Net (Jérémie Zimmermann)

lost & found

28. – 31. October 2010
Group Show, Shift Festival 2010, Basel, Switzerland

participating artists: Aram Bartholl (Random Screen), Julius von Bismarck, Critical Art Ensemble , Paul B. Davis, Aleksandra Domanovic; , Gijs Gieskes, Iocose, Olia Lialina & Dragan Espenschied, Armin Linke, Monochrom, Deimantas Narkevicius, Catalina Ossa / Enrique Rivero, Niklas Roy, Harold Schellinx, Manuel Schmalstieg, Helene Sommer, Suzanne Treister, Alexander Tuchacek, Sarah Vanagt, Marie Velardi, Liu Wei


17. September 2010
Group Show, Kunsthal KAdE, Amersfoort, Netherlands

curated by Judith van Meeuwen
with: Vito Acconci (US), Charles Atlas (US), Dirck van Baburen (NL), Aram Bartholl (DE) (0,16), Christian Boltanski (FR), Jim Campbell (US), David Claerbout (BE) , Haim Elmoznino (IL), Ellis Gallagher (US), Hanna von Goeler DE), Samuel van Hoogstraten (NL), Mella Jaarsma (NL), William Kentridge (ZA), Ralph Kistler (DE), Germaine Kruip (NL), Couzijn van Leeuwen (NL), Gabriel Lester (NL), Zilla Leutenegger (CH), Mark Lewis (UK), Rafael Lozano-Hemmer (MX), Munch & Furukawa (DE & JP) , Serge Onnen (FR), Lotte Reiniger (DE), Viviane Sassen (NL), Tomas Schats (NL), Hyo-Jung Seo (KR), Teresa Serrano (MX), Conrad Shawcross (UK), Sam Taylor-Wood (UK), The One Minutes (NL), Dimitri Vangrunderbeek (BE), Kara Walker (US), Andy Warhol (US), Diet Wiegman (NL)

Group show Riga – Bremen

4. September – 5. October 2010
Group Show, Art Space Riga, Riga, Latvia

curated by Inga Steimane
with:Thomas Behling, Claudia Christoffel, Anja Fußbach, Herwig Gillerke, Claus Haensel, Marikke Heinz-Hoek, Erika Plamann, Ina Raschke, Barbara Rosengarth, Tilman Rothermel, Nico Timm, Mia Unverzagt und Wolfgang Zach, Aram Bartholl, Achim Bertenburg, Achim Bitter, Susanne Bollenhagen, Stefan Demming, Harald Falkenhagen, Sebastian Gräfe, Christian Haake, Christian Helwing, Claudia Kapp, Horst Müller, Heiner Preißing, Jürgen Schmiedekampf


2. September 2010
Curatorial, Digital Communities space at Ars Electronica 2010, Linz, Austria

curated by Aram Bartholl
with: Artzilla, CCC, CBA Radio, Constant Dullaart, F.A.T. lab, JODI, Olia Lialina & Dragan Espenschied, Metalab, monochrom, Moddr, Johannes P Osterhoff, Bre Pettis, Pirate-bus, Tim Pritlove, Niklas Roy, Telecomix, Uni Brennt, Olaf Val and many more

Space Invaders

27. August – 7. November 2010
Group Show, NIMK Netherlands Media Arts Institute, Amsterdam, Netherlands

curated by Petra Heck (Nimk) and Heather Corcoran (FACT)
with: Jeremy Bailey, Aram Bartholl, Mark Essen, Cao Fei, Anita Fontaine & Mike Pelletier, Riley Harmon, JODI, Michael Johansson, Ben Jones, Yuichiro Katsumoto, Walter Langelaar, Ludic Society, Julian Oliver,


20. August – 12. October 2010
Group Show, Public Art Festival Taipei, VERY conception, Taipei, Taiwan

with: Anti-VJ, Improve Everywhere, Aram Bartholl (Map), Process,… among others

ISEA2010 RUHR Exhibition

20. August – 5. September 2010
Group Show, International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) 2010 Conference, Dortmund, Germany

with: Siegrun Appelt (at), Eve Arpo & Riin Rõotilde;s (ee), Lucas Bambozzi (br), Aram Bartholl (de), BCL (at/jp), Natalie Bewernitz & Marek Goldowski (de), Daniel Bisig (ch) & Tatsuo Unemi (jp), Juliana Borinski (br/de), Martin John Callanan (uk), Işil Eğrikavuk (tk), Verena Friedrich (de), Terike Haapoja (fi), Aernoudt Jacobs (be), Márton András Juhász & Gergely Kovács & Melinda Matúz & Barbara Sterk (hu), Yunchul Kim (kr), Thomas Köner (de), Mariana Manhães (br), Soichiro Mihara (jp) & Kazuki Saita (jp), Krists Pudzens (lv), Christopher Salter (qc/ca), Bill Seaman (us), Saso Sedlacek (si), Mark Shepard (us), Charles Stankievech (qc/ca), Vladimir Todorovic (rs/sg), Bruno Vianna (br), Ei Wada (jp), Herwig Weiser (at), Norah Zuniga Shaw (us).

SPEED SHOW vol.2 – who the fuck do you think you are talking to?

8. July 2010
Curatorial, Kaukas Handy Shop, Vienna, Austria

curated by Aram Bartholl
with: Margarete Jahrmann & Renate Christian, JODI, Greg Leuch, JK Keller, Michael Marcovici, Will Moffat & Peter Burns, monochrom, Evan Roth, Sakrowski, Gordan Savicic, Michael Schieben, Georg Schütz, Chris Sugrue, Philipp Teister & Kim Asendorf, UBERMORGEN.COM, Jamie Wilkinson.
Locate Me


11. June 2010
Curatorial, Internet shop on Kottbusser Damm, Berlin, Germany

One night group show of
curated by Aram Bartholl
with: Jon Cates (US), Constant Dullaart (NL), Dragan Espenschied (DE), JODI (NL/BE), Geraldine Juarez (MX), Tobias Leingruber (DE), Olia Lialina (RU), Moddr (NL/AT/RU), Johannes P Osterhoff (DE), Evan Roth (US), Ralph Schulz (DE), Paul Slocom (US)

Are you human?

3. June 2010
Talk, Kunstraum Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany

Artist Talk at ‘Locate Me’ exhibition.

Art Amsterdam

26. – 30. May 2010
Group Show, XX Multiple gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands

‘Google Portraits’ were part of a show in the XX Multiple both curated by Walter Langelaar.

Locate Me

22. May – 8. August 2010
Group Show, Kunstraum Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany

curated by Florina Limberg & 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

Interweaving technologies: the aesthetics of digital urban living

21. – 23. April 2010
Talk, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark

Conference organised by DARC at Aarhus University, Denmark. The Digital Aesthetics Research Centre is an organisation for researchers in different aesthetic aspects of the IT development.

Point & Click

8. – 11. March 2010
Workshop, Academy of Media Arts, KHM, Cologne, Germany

Eine performative Intervention im öffentlichem Raum mit dem Künstler Aram Bartholl, organisiert von Jonas Hansen und Lasse Scherffig. Die Ergebnisse des Workshops werden auf der Ausstellung zur Computerspiel-Konferenz “Next Level” vom 20. bis 21. April 2010 in Köln gezeigt.

You Turn Me On And On And On

27. February – 14. March 2010
Group Show, Ebassy Gallery, Edinburgh, England

with: Aram Bartholl (4A), Simon Biggs, Benjamin Dembrowski, Michael Demers, Olle Essvik, Claire Evans, Martin Kohout, Margot Krasojevic, The Ludic Society, Kelly Mark, Eva and Franco Mattes, Aaron Oldenburg, Marisa Olson, Katie Paterson, Antoine Schmitt, Nathan Shafer, Jason Sloan, Simon Yuill, Gregoire Zabe


19. – 22. February 2010
Group Show, Desingel 2010, Antwerpen, Belgium

with: Crew: W (double u), Phil Worthington: Shadow Monsters, Gordan Savicic: Insert Coin & Chakramat, Lammer & Savicic: Biopong, Gottfried Haider: Hidden in plain sight, Joan Leandre: In the name of kernel, JODI : Compositeclub2.0++, Aram Bartholl: First Person Shooter, Aram Bartholl: de_dust, Philip Lammer: Armagetron

Jean Luc und die Singularität vorm falschen Fenster

9. January 2010
Talk, thinktank at HAU2, Berlin, Germany

collaborative performance thinktank at HAU2 with: Nilz Bokelberg, Jean-Pol Martin, Markus Albers, Christian Heller, Stefanie Wenner, Jan-Michael Kühn, Gesine Danckwart, Jörg Sundermeier, Stephen Kovats, Ela Kagel, Susanne Gerber, Aram Bartholl, Matthias Spielkamp, Manuel Bonik, Martin Fröhlich, The rotTT

me you and everyone we know is a curator

19. December 2009
Talk, Graphic Design Museum Breda, Paradiso Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands

A symposium about quality in an age of visual overload

with: Mieke Gerritzen, Bruce Sterling, Julia Noordegraaf, Andrew Keen, Aram Bartholl, Dagan Cohen, Willem Velthoven, Henk Oosterling


18. December 2009 – 23. January 2010
Group Show, Museo Laboratorio, ex manifattura tabacchi, Città Sant’Angelo (PE), Italy

Artist curators: Alessia Armeni, Emanuela Barbi, Damiano Colacito, Gianmarco Montesano, Franco Passalacqua. Artists: Nicola Di Caprio, Roberto Piloni, Alessandro Roma, Sergio Camplone, Enzo De Leonibus, Roland Herzog, Jukuki, Brian Smith, Aram Bartholl (First Person Shooter), Paolo Bertocchi, Marco Di Giocanni, Massimo Pianese, M. Lucrezia Schiavarelli, Diego Zuelli, Carlo Dell Amico

Space Invaders

17. December 2009 – 19. January 2010
Group Show, Foundation for Art and creative Technology (FACT), Liverpool, England

Exploring the increasingly blurred boundaries between video-game space and real space.

with: Jeremy Bailey, Aram Bartholl (First Person Shooter), Blast Theory, Mark Essen, Cao Fei, Anita Fontaine & Mike Pelletier, Riley Harmon, Timothy Hutchins, Michael Johansson, Ben Jones, Yuichiro Katsumoto, Ludic Society, Julian Oliver, thatgamecompany, and Bill Viola & the USC Game Lab

primitive projections

6. December 2009
Group Show, Studio BKVB (aka Büro Friedrich), Berlin, Germany

with: Zoran Terzic, Aram Bartholl (0,16), Charlotte Bonjour, Serge Onnen, David Polzin, Catarina Simoes, Ariel Schlesinger

Zukunftgespräche: Zweinull fürs Web: Mythos, Mode oder Medienhype?

18. November 2009
Talk, InfoRadio / Landesinitiative Projekt Zukunft, Berlin, Germany

panel discussion

with: Sven Assmann, Aram Bartholl, Markus Beckedahl, Regine Haschka-Helmer, Moderation: Harald Asel

Nature Transformer

13. – 29. November 2009
Group Show, Microwave International New Media Arts Festival 2009, Hong Kong

with: Aram Bartholl / Germany (Google Portraits), Petko Dourmana / Bulgaria, Tiffany Holmes / USA, Colin Ives / Canada, Natalie Jeremijenko / USA, Akio Kamisato, Satoshi Shibata, Takehisa Mashimo / Japan, Kult / Singapore, Joao Vasco / Hong Kong, Victoria Vesna / USA

The Drop Shadow Talks lecture series

10. November 2009
Talk, Berlin Technical University of Art (BTK), Berlin, Germany

part of the series 2009: Lars Harmsen, Aram Bartholl, Olia Lialina / Dragan Espenschied, Jan Robert Leegte, Jay David Bolter

Lack of electricity

22. October – 19. November 2009
Group Show, Space CAN, Seoul, Korea

with: Aram Bartholl (Random Screen), Herwig Weiser, June-bum Park, Byeong-sam Jeon, Heung-sup Jung

Mirror Mirror: Contemporary Portraits and the Fugitive Self

22. October 2009 – 8. May 2010
Group Show, Brigham Young University Museum of Art, Utah, USA

with: Kjellgren Alkire, Valerie Atkisson, Aram Bartholl (1H, First Person Shooter), Dawoud Bey, Rebecca Campbell, Ben Coonley, Doug DuBois, Hasan Elahi, Endocrom, Feng Mengbo, Harrell Fletcher, Douglas Gordon, Mary Henderson, Oliver Herring, Amy Jorgensen, Mark Khaisman, Jeff Larsen, Nikki S. Lee, Michael McGlothlen, Mike McGlothlen, Julie Moos, Takashi Murakami, Julian Opie, Lydia Panas, Rachel Papo, Przemyslaw Pokrycki, Nate Ronniger, Lincoln Schatz, Michael Scoggins, Andrew Sexton, Amy Sillman, Beat Streuli


10. – 30. October 2009
Group Show, Artitude, Senatsreservenspeicher, Berlin, Germany

with: Adams & Bajki // Aram Bartholl (Berlin west / Berlin east) // Konrad Mühe // Matthias Wermke // Poet GFA // Stefan Micheel // Thomas Bratzke // Wilhelm Klotzek // Yukihiro Taguchi

Berliner Kunstsalon

22. – 27. September 2009
Group Show, Directorslounge at Berliner Kunstsalon, Berlin, Germany

with among others: Aram Bartholl, Julia Murakami, Daniel Schubert, Wolfgang Spahn, Pablo Wendel, André Werner, J.X. Williams

SPEED SHOW vol.3 – Peace!

16. September 2009
Curatorial, at ’A.Internetcafe’, Tw.v.d. Helststraat 15, Amsterdam, Netherlands

curated by Aram Bartholl

participating artists: Constant Dullaart, Evan Roth,Guthrie Lonergan, Jan Robert Leegte, JODI, Jon Rafman, Peter Luining, Rafaël Rozendaal, Timur Si-Qin, UBERMORGEN.COM & James Powderly

Space is the Place

27. August – 1. September 2009
Group Show, National College of Art and Design/Gallery NCAD, Dublin, Ireland

Curated by Conor McGarrigle & John Buckley
with: Aram Bartholl (Map), Blackletter, Ralph Borland, John Buckley, Martin John Callanan, Joseph Delappe, Benjamin Gaulon, Institute for Applied Autonomy, I Left This Here For You To Read, Thorsten Knaub, Laboratorio de Situaciones, Glenn Loughran, Conor McGarrigle, Eve Mosher, Christian Nold, PARKing, Katie Paterson, Quadrafónica Urbana, Gordan Savicic, Mark Shepard, Surveillance Camera Players, Transborder Immigrant Tool, Trespass, Jeremy Wood, You Are Not Here

Pecha Kucha Night Berlin Vol.14@Platoon

30. July 2009
Talk, Pecha Kucha Berlin, Platoon, Berlin, Germany

F.A.T. lab presentation: Aram Bartholl and Tobias Leingruber at Pecha Kucha Berlin with: Volker Bombien, Armin Linke, Nils Claussen, Marcello Dato, Michael Liebe und Thorsten S. Wiedemann, Miodrag Kuc, Marc Brinkmeier, Konrad Kuechenmeister oder Benjamin Weiss, Jörg Gastmann

Are You Human?

27. – 28. July 2009
Workshop, First International Conference on Facets of Virtual Environments (FaVE) 2009, Berlin, Germany

Keynote: Aram Bartholl – Are You Human?, General Conference Chair: Richard A. Bartle, ICST Institute for Computer Sciences, Social-Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering

WoW: Emergent Media Phenomenon, Workshop & Performance

14. June – 4. November 2009
Workshop, Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, CA, USA

WoW workshop and performance on 11th of July and lecture on 12th of July at Laguna Art Museum. The exhibition was curated by Grace Kook-Anderson with assistance from Eddo Stern.
with: Aram Bartholl (WoW) (Berlin); Jorg Dubin (Laguna Beach); Alexander Galloway (New York); Jacqueline Goss (New York); Auriea Harvey and Michaël Samyn, Tale of Tales (Ghent, Belgium); John Klima (Lisbon, Portugal); Cyril Kuhn (Los Angeles); Antoinette LaFarge (Irvine); Mashallah Design and Linda Kostowski (Berlin); Robert Nideffer and Alex Szeto (Irvine); Airyka Rockefeller (San Francisco); Eddo Stern (Los Angeles); The Third Faction (Azeroth); and Zeng Han (Guangzhou)


6. – 7. June 2009
Group Show, Contemporary Art Ruhr, Media Art Forum and Fair 2009, Zollverein, Essen, Germany

TeilnehmerInnen mit einer Förderfläche an contemporary art ruhr 09: arunakaij, Aram Bartholl, Mirja Busch, Flirp, Anna Gierster, Akiro Hellgardt, Jürgen Hille, Ahn Hyun-Ju, Charlotte Jaus, Johannes Jensen, Martin Hesselmeier & Andreas Muxel, Nils Kemmerling, Tilman Küntzel, Sinisa Lordan, Anna Samoylovich, Adriane Wachholz

Test_Lab: Fashionable Technology

20. May 2009
Talk, V2_ Institute for the Unstable Media, Rotterdam, Netherlands

with: Sabine Seymour (AT/US), Mark Coeckelbergh (NL), Aram Bartholl (DE), CuteCircuit: Francesca Rosella and Ryan Genz (UK), and KOBAKANT: Mika Satomi (JP/AT) and Hannah Perner-Wilson (AT)


7. – 17. May 2009
Group Show, Bremer Kunstfrühling / Art Spring Bremen, BBK-Bremen, Bremen, Germany

Curated by Dirck Möllmann
with: Diana M. Alonso, Aram Bartholl (On, Random Screen, Paper Pixels), Norbert Bauer und Ralf Tekaat, Achim Bertenburg, Achim Bitter, Katja Blum, Susanne Bollenhagen, Reinhold Budde, Claudia Christoffel, Derk Claassen, Irmgard Dahms, Stefan Demming, Harald Falkenhagen, Christiane Fichtner, Max Frisinger, Anja Fußbach, Herwig Gillerke, Christian Haake, Jutta Haeckel, Margrét Rós Harõardóttir, Marikke Heinz-Hoek, Rosa Jaisli, Annika Kahrs, Hanswerner Kirschmann, Martin Koroscha, Korpys / Löffler, Sandra Kuhne, Ralf Küster, Patricia Lambertus, Susanne Laufer, Veronika Maier, Achim Manz, mark, Daniela Marschall, Jub Mönster, Horst Müller, Cordula Prieser, Ina Raschke, Talal Refit, Felix Rehfeld, Preechaya Siripanich, Anna Solecka, Marina Steinacker und Susanne Katharina Willand, Kinki Texas, Mei-Shiu Winde-Liu, Christian Wolter

Socially Active

24. April 2009
Workshop, University Gallery, University of Essex, Essex, England

This exhibition has been initiated and organised by MA Gallery Studies & Critical Curating students from the Department of Art History and Theory at the University of Essex. with: Aram Bartholl [Are you social?, First Person Shooter, DIY], Cao Fei [RMB City], Rafael Lozano-Hemmer [Microphone], Paul Notzold [Txtual Healing], Thomson and Craighead [Flat Earth]


1. – 11. April 2009
Group Show, STRP Art & Technology, Klokgebouw, Eindhoven, Netherlands

with: Granular Synthesis, Christopher Bauder / Whitevoid, Björn Schülke, Driessens & Verstappen, LAb, Marius Watz, Frans Holthuysen, Ulf Langheinrich, Mark Napier, Jim Campbell, Yacine Sebti, Peter Vogel, Jérôme Siegelaer, Granular Synthesis, Manfred Mohr, Boredomresearch, Har Hollands, Siebren Versteeg, Yacine Sebti, Olia Lialina & Dragan Espenschied, Daan Roosegaarde, Tonylight, Mark Formanek and Datenstrudel, Kurt Hentschlaeger, Jeroen Holthuis, Golan Levin, Dorette Sturm, Joan Healy, Alexei Shulgin & Aristarkh Chernyshev, Sakurako Shimizu, Alessandro Capozzo and Katja Noppes, Paul Verhoeven, Matt Denton


22. – 25. January 2009
Group Show, Filmwinter Destival, Stuttgart, Germany

with: jimpunk, abe linkoln & mrtamale;; Erika Lincoln; Aram Barthol, Evan Roth, Tobias Leingruber; Helene Dams; Dennis Knopf; Michael Russ; Kevin Bewersdorf; Paul Slocum; John Michael Boling; Olia Lialina, Dragan Espenschied; among others


18. December 2008 – 17. January 2009
Group Show, Planetart, Amsterdam, Netherlands

with: Aram Bartholl: First Person Shooter, Julian Oliver: Trapped Rocket II, Ludic Society: New Bachelor Machines, Paul B. Davis: Five In One, Joan Leandre: *In the Name of Kernel!…*, Gottfried Haider: Hidden in Plain Sight,  JODI:Composite Club 2.0++, Marc van Elburg: pongmachine, Gordan Savicic: Insert Coin / Chakramat, Walter Langelaar: nOtbOt, Friedrich Kirschner: Machinima Filmfest


5. December 2008 – 4. January 2009
Performance, Video Award Bremen, Bremen, Germany

‘Between the Private and the Public’ Panel

8. November 2008
Talk, MB21 Cynetart, Dresden, Germany

Creative Gaming Initiative

17. – 20. September 2008
Workshop, play08, Potsdam, Germany

Offline Social Networks

1. – 5. May 2008
Group Show, Futuresonic, Manchester, England

Artist Talk

14. February 2008
Talk, Inspired FAQ, Lisbon, Portugal

Cardinal Points

1. February – 15. April 2008
Group Show, Richman Gallery, Baltimore, USA

Space Time Play Book presentation

30. October 2007
Talk, pro-qm, Berlin, Germany


25. – 27. October 2007
Workshop, Lab30 Festival, Augsburg, Germany

Ambassador for innovation

19. – 20. October 2007
Talk, Telefonica, Madrid, Spain

Cyborgs: Man or Machine, Siver Cell

10. October – 28. January 2007
Group Show, Discovery Museum, Newcastle, UK

Sandbox Berlin

3. – 14. October 2007
Workshop, Skulpturenpark, Berlin, Germany

Sandbox Berlin

3. – 14. October 2007
Group Show, Skulpturenpark, Berlin, Germany

First Person Shooter

28. September – 7. October 2007
Group Show, Labor K1, Berlin, Germany

Speech Bubble

26. – 28. September 2007
Group Show, Picnic Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Goodbye Privacy

4. – 11. September 2007
Workshop, Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria

Second City

4. – 11. September 2007
Curatorial, Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria

Goodbye Privacy

4. – 11. September 2007
Group Show, Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria

Lecture at Symposium-Unconference

13. May 2007
Talk, Designmai 2007, Berlin, Germany

Open City – Towards a New Graffiti

1. March – 7. April 2007
Group Show, Eyebeam, New York, USA

the game is up! – about breaking rules and changing codes

6. – 17. February 2007
Group Show, Vooruit Arts Centre Gent, Gent, Belgium


25. January – 27. October 2007
Group Show, Lab30 Festival, Augsburg, Germany

Borderline Behaviour

25. January – 15. March 2007
Group Show, Filmfestival Rotterdam, TENT, Rotterdam, Netherlands

„Paper Pixels“ will be shown in an exhibition called “Borderline Behaviour” at TENT.

Talkrunde Computerspiele und Kunst

6. October 2006
Talk, GIGA (TV-Sendung), Berlin, Germany

Nachhaltigkeit und öffentlichem Raum

22. – 24. September 2006
Talk, Experimentdays06, Berlin, Germany

Am Tag der Projektbörse der Experimentdays06 in Berlin zeige ich im Rahmen des Infostandes von Mirjam Struppek Dokumentationen meiner Arbeiten im Kontext von Projekten zu Nachhaltigkeit und öffentlichem Raum.


15. – 17. September 2006
Group Show, Plattform Bohnenstrasse, Bremen, Germany

In dem Computerspiel „Need for Speed Underground” steuert der Spieler seinen Wagen mit großer Geschwindigkeit durch eine Stadtsimulation. Ziel des Spieles ist es, sich in der Stadt einen möglichst guten Ruf zu verschaffen und diesen mit Tunen des eigenen Autos zu unterstreichen.

Die Installation „Speed“ überträgt die überdimensionalen Pfeile aus dem Computerspiel in die Realität. Die fünf Meter hohen, rot blinkenden Lichtobjekte aus dem Spiel werden 1 zu 1 nachgebaut und im öffentlichen Raum aufgestellt.


30. August – 5. September 2006
Group Show, Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria

Die Projekte “Random Screen”, “Papierpixel” und “Silver Cell” werden in der Electrolobby im Brucknerhaus auf der Ars Electronica Linz ausgestellt. Während der ganzen Zeit des Festivals biete ich einen Worshop an bei dem Besucher selber einen Pixel von “Random Screen” bauen können.


30. August – 5. September 2006
Workshop, Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria

Die Projekte “Random Screen”, “Papierpixel” und “Silver Cell” werden in der Electrolobby im Brucknerhaus auf der Ars Electronica Linz ausgestellt. Während der ganzen Zeit des Festivals biete ich einen Worshop an bei dem Besucher selber einen Pixel von “Random Screen” bauen können.


5. June 2006
Workshop, Project space ‚Ceci n‘est pas un restaurant’, Berlin, Germany


5. June 2006
Group Show, Project space ‚Ceci n‘est pas un restaurant’, Berlin, Germany

29. – 30. March 2006
Group Show, Locative Media Workshop ‘The mobile experience’, Munich, Germany

Auf dem Locative Media Workshop ‘The mobile experience’ organisiert von Xinober im Deutschen Luft und Raumfahrt Zentrum München werde ich meine Arbeiten Daten am Ort, Silver Cell und berlin west/berlin east vorstellen


16. – 22. March 2006
Group Show, 25th VIPER BASEL Festival, Basel, Switzerland

Silver Cell ist für den VIPER.INTERNATIONAL AWARD nominiert und wird auf dem 25. VIPER BASEL Festival ausgestellt und präsentiert.

3rd (A) r4WB1t5 micro.Fest

21. January 2006
Group Show, ENEMY, Chicago, USA

Das RawbiteFest ist ein Open Source Festivalformat welches nach belieben weltweit Aufgesetzt werden kann.