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I ll show a new piece “Forgot your password?” at Eva & Franco Mattes’ ‘stolen’ show at Carroll/Fletcher next month. (See also where Artie has ‘stolen’ the concept from before ;))) Nice press release! I took the liberty to OCR it into machine readable format below. (NOT EDITED!!! :)
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Exhibition: Brand Innovations for Ubiquitous Authorship
Date: m2 23 April – 11 May, 2013
Opening reception: 3Fhursday-19-July-2012-,-6-8pm Monday 22 April, 8:30 – 9pm
Carroll/Fletcher and Eva and Franco Mattes present Brand Innovations
for Ubiquitous Authorship, a group show of anists whose works frequently challenge
traditional notions of object production and material constraint.
For this exhibition each artist was asked to produce an object using a custom printing or fabrication
service. These services, such as CafePress and Zazzle, exist to provide users a cost-effective way of
producing fully customized products, from t-shirts to iPhone cases, and a host of other objects-
custom 3D printing from companies like Shapeways, full printed books from companies like Lulu, &c.
These services have arisen as the result of increasing consumer demands toward customization and
print-on-demand objects, offering a venue for traditional “self expression” to be imprinted onto
commonplace goods. As the tools for image creation and dissemination have become increasingly
democratized, these services attempt to expand this domain into the realm of objects. They are used
here to transform images from a plethora of authors into a mass of commodities.
Higher-Pietu+es Carroll/Fletcher has not seen a single piece in this show as of the writing of this news
release. We expect this backwards approach to be filled with highs, lows, and hopefully more than a
few transcendent successes. The result will be a gallery of art, artifact and artifice.
For further information wnmct . +44 (0)20 7323 6111
Participating artists andwriters include:
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
Exhibition concept stolen from Artie Vierkant’s show by the same title.
March 19 – May 7, 2013 at the Museum of Moving Image NYC
by Sakrwoki aka curatingyoutube.net and Aram Bartholl. 2013, 62 mins. DVD.
Vertical Video is a one-hour selection of amateur videos captured in the 9:16 aspect ratio, first compiled for a special screening in Berlin entitled Vertical Cinema. The DVD includes a special How To video with instructions for adjusting a home theater or other viewing environment to properly experience these works.
Fueled by a proliferation of mobile, inexpensive, high quality cameras and free online distribution platforms, self-trained media producers continue to invent creative uses for media technologies that challenge contemporary viewing behaviors and expectations. Even though the 9:16 aspect ratio is often understood to be “wrong” €“the result of using a camera “incorrectly” €“videos in 9:16 are being created and distributed online at an increasing rate. Unchained from cinema screens, televisions, and computer monitors, media makers are free to create for viewing experiences outside of traditional horizontal exhibition hardware.
Vertical Video is a compilation of videos with a wide range of subjects including architecture, wildlife, bodies in motion, gaming, eyewitness accounts, and current events whose vertical treatment is a natural and fitting decision. Until now, many of these videos have only been seen online where they have been thickly pillarboxed and shrunk to squeeze into the existing horizontal viewing system. This compilation provides evidence that a new generation of media producers, freed from concerns about conventional screening requirements, reject the arbitrary restrictions of the horizontal screen and maintain a more fluid relationship with the frame.
The selection was originally screened at Vertical Cinema Platoon Berlin on Feb 18 2013, see also http://datenform.de/vertical-video-eng.html
Aksioma | Project Space
Komenskega 18, Ljubljana
6 – 22 March 2013
Exhibition opening and artist presentation:
WED 6 March 2013 at 7 pm
Flickr picture set of OFFLINE ART: new2 opening at xpo gallery in Paris last Thursday. The opening was magic! Thx to all the artist taking part in this experiment! Thx to xpo gallery for making this possible! Thx to Olia Lialina for the fabulous opening speech! Thx everyone!
Current & upcoming shows / talks / workshops
solo show at xpo gallery, Paris
Fußnoten zum Aufbruch
Motorenhalle in Dresden
see Conference, Wiesbaden
F.A.T. Lab GOLD – 5 years of fffffat!!
at Eyebeam, New York, US
with xpo gallery, Paris
solo show at Aksioma, Ljubljana, Slovenia
with DAM Berlin
OFFLINE ART: new2
at xpo gallery, Paris
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
BACK TO BACK
DAM Frankfurt am Main
with: Aram Bartholl (D), Eelco Brand (NL), Joan Leandre (ES), Gerhard Mantz (D), Manfred Mohr (D), Vera Molnar (F), Casey Reas (US)
presented by curatingyoutube.net & Aram Bartholl
hosted by Platoon Berlin
BEST OF Fach & Asendorf Gallery
February 8–March 14, 2013, at Museum of Moving Image, DVD Dead Drop
Compiled by Ole Fach & Kim Asendorf (http://fa-g.org)
Fach & Asendorf Gallery debuted online in 2011 with these words:
The Internet, it is everywhere. It is here, it is there and it is where you actually are. It is so huge that nobody ever could print it. It is so deep that no one ever would dive to its end. There is peace and war in it, love and hate and all between. Once you have traveled through it, you will never forget, and you will come back, asap.
Since then, Fach & Asendorf Gallery has served 24 online exhibitions of digital and net art to more than 28,000 unique visitors. To celebrate the beginning of their third season, Fach & Asendorf Gallery presents BEST OF, an enormous collection of unreleased and exclusive work by 76 artists from around the world spanning a broad range of formats including applications, videos, and animated GIFs. BEST OF is a whole week of Internet on DVD.
A Bill Miller, Absis Minas, Alan Butler, Alexander Peverett, Alfredo Salazar-Caro, Andrew Benson, Andrew Rosinski, Anthony Antonellis, Aoki and Peverett, Art 404, Bea Fremderman, Brandon Blommaert, Carlos Saez, Charles Chalas, Chris Collins, Christian Petersen, Claudia Mate, Clement Valla and Kyle McDonald, Constant Dullaart, curatingyoutube.net, Daniel Leyva, Daniel Rehn, David Kraftsow, Deanna Havas, Dominik Podsiadly, Emilie Gervais, Emilio Gomariz, Fabien Mousse, Ferestec, Florian Kuhlmann, Francoise Gamma, Fritz Laszlo Weber, Georges Jacotey, Goto80, Grace McEvoy, Hugo Scibetta, Jacob Engblom, Jan Robert Leegte, Jasper Elings, Jennifer Chan, Jerome Saint-Clair, JK Keller, Johannes P Osterhoff, Jon Satrom, Jonas Lund, Jonathan Pirnay and Jörn Röder, jonCates, Jordan Tate, Jörg Piringer, Julien A Lacroix, Lorna Mills, Małgosia Woźnica, Manuel Fernández, Mark Beasley, Mark Durkan, Martin Böttger, Matthew Williamson, Max Capacity, Michael Manning, Mitch Trale, Miyö Van Stenis, Nicholas O’Brien, Nick Briz, Nicolas Boillot, Nicolas Sassoon, Niko Princen, Paul Flannery, Philipp Teister, Rajeev Basu, Raphaël Bastide, Rick Silva, Rollin Leonard, Sara Ludy, Sarah Samy, Sarah Weis, Sebastian Schmieg and Silvio Lorusso, Stefan Riebel, Sterling Crispin, Ted Davis, Theodore Darst, Thomas Cheneseau, Travis Hallenbeck, Yoshi Sodeoka
I am very pleased to announce this upcoming show I curated for xpo gallery. The exhibition format is inspired by David Dart’s Piratebox. OFFLINE ART is some sort of cross-over of Speed Shows and Dead Drops bur still very different :)). Tech specs and software to be released soon! Credits to Matthias Strubel for code! Thx!!
CU there everyone!!
YOUR ART!! PARTY
Make your own YOUR ART!! GOLDEN NECKLACE at the YOUR ART!! PARTY.
Show off all your works from your phone/tablet/etc wrapped as COOL necklace jewelry.
You are the SHOW!!
Aram Barholl40!!! 2012
PARTY LINEUP!! YESSSS!!!
How to make a YOUR ART!! golden necklace
Bring your art to the PARTY and make your own YOUR ART!! golden necklace.
Anything goes!! Show your latest digital shit from any suitable device!!
“Hey ARAM, I don t have a touch phone!” No problem!!
Bring your paintings and hang them from your neck!! :))
- nokia phone,
- touch phone,
- framed prints or PAINTINGS!!
- what ever you want, hang it from your neck!
Gold chain, gold cardboard & tools etc will be provided.
How to find PANKE
Panke e.V. Gerichtstr. 23, Hof V. 13347, Wedding, Berlin
Current & upcoming shows / talks / workshops
at xpo gallery, Paris
F.A.T. Lab GOLD – 5 years of fffffat!!
at Eyebeam, New York, US
at Aksioma, Ljubljana, Slovenia
OFFLINE ART: new2
group show, curation at xpo gallery, Paris
Wand5 Stuttgart, Germany
YOUR ART!! party
Panke Club, Berlin
group show at [DAM] Berlin
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
at uclan Preston, UK
17.11.2012 – 5.1.2013
Co- Re-Creating Spaces
centralTrak, UT Dallas, US
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.
at Next Level conference, Cologne, Germany
Neue Jakobstr. 6/7
I ll give a talk on Wednesday afternoon, November 28 at UCLAN – ADP Lecture Series
The ADP Lecture Series is an exciting and dynamic yearly guest-lecture programme which invites internationally distinguished designers, artists, performers and theorists to engage with and inspire students, staff and researchers both within and outside of the University of Central Lancashire.
ADP Lecture Series 2012-13
Location, Identity and Reality in the Digital Age
ADP LECTURE SERIES
The lecture series presents a fantastic opportunity for undergraduates, postgraduates and professionals to engage first-hand with the ideas, practices and concerns of renowned creative practitioners in a way that brings together areas of art, design and performance, stimulating debate and provoking critical dialogue.
A total of eight lectures* will take place on afternoons throughout the 2012/13 academic year, each one featuring a different guest speaker.
Aram Bartholl , Moderation Stephan Schwingeler zkm / hfg Karlsruhe
Do, 18.10. | 20 Uhr | Café LesBar, Stadtbibliothek Stuttgart
In der Reihe: GameTalks
“Where art meets games”
Vortrag und Gespräch
Moderation: Beat Suter, René Bauer, ZHdK
In der Reihe GameTalks sind Experten aus ganz Europa zu Gesprächen im Themenfeld Game Kultur, Game Design und Indie Games eingeladen.
In Zusammenarbeit mit der Zürcher Hochschule der Künste.
Next week I’ll run SPEED SHOW: GML, a show about the aweseome Graffiti Markup Language originally created by Evan Roth, Chris Sugrue, Jamie Wilkinson and Theo Watson. The show will feature all the different projects and tools around this open protocol. SPEED SHOW:GML is part of promising backjumps – ‘Rock The Block’ two day street action in the heart of Berlin X-Berg!!! THX Adrian!!
On Tuesday the 2nd and Wednesday the 3rd of October 2012, the event ,“Rock The Block”, in the lively center of Kreuzberg, will change the colorful block of houses between Adalbertstr., Skaltizerstr., Mariannenstr., & Oranienstrasse into an impressive experience.
In cooperation with Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, dozens of Berlin artists will provide art venues, performances, workshops and parties, in and outside. The block will be opened to the public in cooperation with the residents and will come alive as a creative organism. An entire cosmos between four streets can be open for strolling. The event will be directed towards a wide audience. Within the framework of different workshops, children and the youth together can redesign billboards on the block. Whoever left too quickly or missed something in the turmoil of the night has two days to play in the cards. Performances and workshops will also keep the block in movement on the 3rd of October. As early as 12 o’clock, there will be the possibility to look at the complete works of art on the block.
A project of Backjumps in cooperation with
1UP, AKV Berlin, Amigo, Amok, Anna Szaflarski, Arunski & Poet, Aram Bartholl, Beatbox Battle Allstars, Brad Downey, Bronco, Chess Boxing Club Berlin e.V., Chris Sugrue, Christian Marien, Constanze Haas, D TAGNO, Daniel Wang, Dave the Chimp, Dejoe, Deko, Der tote General, Egoshooter, Emess, Evan Roth, Flavie Guerrand, Florian Goldmann, Frieder Klaris, Giò Di Sera, Gogoplata, Golan Levin, Graffitimuseum Berlin, Graffiti Research Lab Berlin, Inka, Jamie Wilkinson, Jazoo Yang, Jérome Fino, Jim Dunloop, Kanta Kimura, DJ Kaos, KATSU, Marc Hype, Marius Schmidt, Markus Butkereit, Matthias Wermke & Mischa Leinkauf, Max Stocklosa, Lena Brumby, Marc FM, M.Thorn, Migel, Mode2, Nomad, P-Rzm, Partick Fabian Panetta, Pauline Izumi Colin, Peter Reiling, Phos4, Pierre Etienne Morelle, Pigenius Cave, Pipslab, Quentin, Ritsche Koch, Rok, Rollers inc., Runex, Sebastian Haslauer, Superblast, The Wa, Theo Watson, Thomas Janitzky, Toshihiko Mitsuya, Various & Gould, Velo Tramp, Ven, Zast, Zigan Aldi
Love that show!! :)
‘Each Memory Recalled Must Do Some Violence To Its Origin‘
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
When the US troops invaded Iraq and dismantled the civil infrastructure, museums were the first to be looted. Several thousand years of cultural property were converted into clumsy panicked seconds of impossible investment. Art is the first thing an affluent culture flaunts and the last thing a desperate society needs. Priceless becomes worthless in a blink, a panic, a dip or a correction.
As a child I used to break into abandoned homes, enter unlived properties within suburbs fresh-built after a tornado, or spelunk in newly laid culverts buried beneath whatever neighborhood we had just moved to. A thin pane of glass and a second guess separates most from opportunity or anarchy. My first Lascaux caves were the cryptic scrawls of hobo graffiti and depraved Satanist vandal chambers deep in the sewer or in that dark place up on the hill. Some of the latter phenomena presumably manifested as a kind of hoax prop or pre-evidence resulting from the frightened belief or desire in the existence of evil — like a legend preceding its actual occurrence.
Utah boasts a prolific number of abandoned towns and places where the ghost was long ago given up. Slowly these locations recalibrate to earth time or are flattened for strip mine development. They are each a snapshot of their own last day turned into an unromantic and brutal forever.
Taking its title from a quote in Cormac McCarthy’s book The Road this exhibition imagines an existence preserved in a photo, the duration of a gesture when time forgets, the mythologically singular experience in the potential discovery, and the shelf-life of art after civilization. It articulates a language of art with decline, abandon and aftermath as its primary condition. Each project employs the aesthetics of the fall through personal mythologies as a new order.
Cult fictions from Jonestown to Zion, an anthropology of graffiti from Lascaux to Hobo, the Alamo of Tony Shafrazi, the gloryhole of Piotr Uklanski, the moneyshot of Lawrence Wiener, the buckshot of Jan Mancuska, the mugshot of Roberto Cuoghi, the curse of Master Mahan, the Unabomber’s hideout, ancient aliens & out-of-place artifacts, the mouthpiece of Geronimo, the gold from Goonies, the sack of Iraq, the rediscovery of Lemuria, the mark of Yahweh, and a shaman’s last stand. Beginning without an end at a ruin undisclosed. Should you find it, walk away and abandon the results.
Not by default – Internet Art aus Berlin
Constant Dullaart (NL)
Ana García-Pineda (ES)
Tobias Leingruber (D)
Jaakko Pallasvuo (FI)
Ignacio Uriarte (D)
Niko Princen (NL)
Eröffnung: Sa 25. August 2012, 15 – 17 Uhr
anschließ. ab 17 Uhr Sommerfest in der Galerie mit Grillen
Ausstellung: 28. August – 22. September 2012
Künstlergespräch während der Berlin Art Week:
Dienstag, 11. September, 19 Uhr
mit den beteiligten Künstlern und Gästen zum Thema:
Post Internet Art, Moderation: Wolf Lieser
The german/french network ‘arte‘ is currently running a program ‘Alles für die Kunst’ kunst.creative.arte.tv/de, a sophisticated next-top-model spinn off for artists. As part of the selection process participants have to go through a series of lessons. At the end of lesson 3 I am indroducing the Speed Project concept as a possible production format (fortunately the editor didn’t include any of my aura-and-art mumbling which the video is about .. ;)
Youth & Art
15. Juni – 7. October 2012
The exhibition at Künstlerhaus k/haus highlights the life worlds and creative productions of various youth cultures as reflected in international contemporary art.
“MEGACOOL 4.0 – Youth and Art” presents photographs, interactive installations, video art, paintings, street art and sculptures made by visual artists (incl. Erwin Olaf (Vermeer award laureate 2011), Charlie White, Rinneke Dijkstra and Slinkachu) from across Europe, Russia, China and the USA. The exhibition is supplemented by objects and everyday items from Jugendkulturarchiv Frankfurt and a focus on young art from Vienna (incl. an installation developed by wienxtra-medienzentrum in collaboration with youngsters).
“MEGACOOL 4.0″ presents fundamentally different types of youths: normal ones, assimilated hipsters, altar servers, drag kings, fat ones, thin ones, twins, celebrities, goths, hiphops, metalheads, ravers, cosplayers, avatars, aggressive girls. From installations such as “Mindless living” by LA Raeven and “Pitbull” by Martin Brand, Cao Fei’s “Cosplayer”, Andreas Gursky’s “Mayday I”, Michael Schmellings Serie “Atlanta HipHop” to Nan Goldin’s “Jimmy Paulette after the Parade”. The exhibits takes visitors on a visual foray through young people’s picturescapes and theme areas such as online cultures, light / dark, body and gender performances as well as their choreographies, fashion, games, sport and party. In addition to the fundamental questions in young people’s identity search, the creative minds of a generation are invited to take centre stage, those who use Web 2.0 platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, flickr, deviantart or animexx as a source of inspiration for aesthetic-creative experiments, explore creative freedom and produce new forms of art. “MEGACOOL 4.0″ shows fundamentally different takes on “youth”, their movements, their poses, their objects and their fashion.
AES + F, Andreas Amrhein, Nadine Arbeiter, Petra Arnold, Aram Bartholl, Christian Bazant-Hegemark, Sabine von Bassewitz, Lars Borges, Martin Brand, Kimberly Clark, Robbie Cooper, Denis Darzacq, Diana Deu, Rineke Dijkstra, Dennis Dirksen , Ruud van Empel, Cao Fei, Franziska Fiolka, Matthias Fritsch, Daniel & Geo Fuchs, Nan Goldin , Andreas Gursky, Cosima Hanebeck, Marlene Hausegger, Anna-Lena Heidrich, Olaf Heine, Max Holicki, Anna Jermolaewa, Dejan Kaludjerović, Sebastian Keitel, JK Keller, Angelika Loderer, Mark Leckey, Jocelyn Lee, Ulrike Lienbacher, Birte Svea Metzdorf, Matthias Meyer, James Mollison, Mareike Müller, Erwin Olaf, Ann-Sophie Paul, Hana Pesut, Jan Poppenhagen, Marion Poussier, Wendelin Pressl, Daniel Puhe, Jussi Puikkonen, L.A. Raeven, Birgit Richard, Römer + Römer, Rebecca Sampson, Michael Schmelling, Oliver Sieber, Carolin Simon, Katja Gunkel, Philipp Ries und Julia Thiemann, Sauli Sirviö, Slinkachu, Cornelia Sollfrank, Klara Petra Szabo, Alexander Tilgner, Albrecht Tübke, Ari Versluis, Ellie Uyttenbroek, Nadine Wagner, Andreas Weinand, Charlie White, Daniel Zerbst
(shot and edited(!) on a phone)
Magnotta Speedshow – A vanity surf performance at
Internetcafe Helin, Karl-Marx-Straße 156, Berlin g-maps
8-10 pm, Tuesday 12th of June, 2012
Killing is bad, mailing bodyparts is worse, vanity surfing (while getting caught) is cool!
One week after Magnotta got caught we present a vanity surf performance at the exact same Internetcafe in Berlin where Magnotta was arrested while vanity surfing! Be invited to join and vanity surf yourself!
“Internet cafes are not just vaguely unglamorous places for ethnic minorities and communications challenged, they do have a genuinely bad reputation.” [Olia Lialina - 'Still There'] Where else a social network killer can be caught? Of course in the Internet cafe!
by Constant Dullaart, CuratingYoutube, Olia Lialina & Aram Bartholl
While Sjoerd (THX!!) was killing the pool we still could share files through the battery powered wifi Piratebox attached on his board!! No board sides please!!… ;)
This was one of a series of experiments we, David Darts and I, did during a 3 day Offline Filesharing Workshop at Baltanlabs Eindhoven, Netherlands last week. The box below was donated to the skatepart ‘Area 51‘. Go there and check it out! Had a great time!! Thx to Baltan, MU and David!! More docu to come…
Galerie [DAM]Berlin Neue Jakobstr. 6/7 10179 Berlin +49 30 280 98 135 www.dam.org
neon sign, 37” x 13”
I forgot to post pictures of Hennesy Youngmans show at Family Business which already took place in April. I love the artist list :) The place was crammed with art and I was happy to show a new piece. :)
ITSA SMALL, SMALL WORLD
@ FAMILY BUSINESS
520 W. 21ST ST.
ARTWORK DROP OFF:
FRI MARCH 30TH – SUN APRIL 1ST
TUESDAY APRIL 3RD
Makda Abraham Katerina Adair Christine Wilcox Ackerman Pablo Mustafa Albilal Bravlio Amado Nana An Chris Anderson Carolyn Angel Victor Angelo Hackworth Ashley Monique Atherton Aaron Auslender Eva Avenue Becky Bailey Scarlett Baily Dan Bainbridge Rush Baker Malado Baldwin Diana Barash Michael Barraco Aram Bartholl Victoria Batey Kurt Beers Louise Bennett Tom Bennett Jules Berman Simone Berni Davide Bertocchi Grant Billingsley Andrew Birk Jillian Blackwell Alexandra Blaiotta Alex Blaiotta & Yanging Lin Morgan Blair Colleen Bleekand Mark Bloch Laura Blulier & Miles Pflanz Alana Bograd Andrew Bolasso Andrea C. Bonin Frank Born Sam Bornstein Milton Bradley Paige Bradley Jackie S. Branson Noah Breuer Andrew Brischler Mitzuko Brooks Able Brown Jeff Brown Kat Broydo Justin Brunelle Lorenzo Bueno Jon Burgerman Peter Burke Craig Butterworth & Seth Hunter Bubi Canal Jack Carhart Worm Carnevale T Milo Carney Chris Carr E. Bates Carter, III Julia Caston Maurizio Cattelan Ben Cavers Taeyoon Choi Kim Christmas Karen Cintron CJNYE David Clark Stephanie Clark Douglas Cloninger Chris Cobb Yvette Cohen Margaret Coleman & Heather Elizabeth Garland Carl Corden Adelfino Corino Evita Cortez Miles de Courcy Corydon Cowansage Sterling Crispin Benjamin Critton Huey Crowley Nicholas Cuera Devin Cuthbertson Nichelle Dailey Carol Dameron Miah Davis Magda Dejose Debora Delmar Antonio Depietro Mern DeRoller Andy Deutsch Deepika Dhiman Linda DiGusta Robert Dimin Motoko Dobashz Phoebe Doran Brenden Dowhaniuk Jackie Du Brian Dupont Erika Duque Michael Dour Melissa Eder Rachel Ehrgood Thomas Eno Morgan Erew Gordon Eriksen Betty Esperanza Ayana Evans Susy Evans & Brian Galderisi William Evertson Emma Exley Solange Fabiao Sean Fader Nicholas Farhi Casey Farnum James Feld Zoe Field Vincent Alexander Finazzo FLATCHESTEDMAMA Sasha Flimlin Jared Flores Cacy Forgenie Jean-Paul Forsans Jerome Forsans Stephan Fowlkes Bridget Franz Matthew Freeman Emilie Frohlich & Lauren Canelli Natania Frydman John Furer Nick Fusaro MP Fusco Edwin Galarza Borinquen Gallo Nio Gallo Patrick Zachary Snake Garner Robin Gaynes-Bachman David Brandon Geeting Jon Geiger Lauren Gesswein Charlotte Ghiorse Eric Ginsburg Daniel J. Glendening Felicia Glidden Aimee Goldsmith Brenda Goldstein Carlos Gonzalez Jefe Gottesfeld David Grainger J.T. Gray Matthew Greco Flora Greenberg Liz Greene Nick Greenwald Joseph Griffith Katya Grokhovsky Mac Grollman Yikui Gu Tiffany Guinn Joseph Gurka Claire Haik Fanlis Hajamadi Jon Handel Lilly Handley Julia Sandberg Hansson & Nick Sadler Pooper Harkins & Justin H. Long Ryan Harmon James Harrison Jess Hartley Rebecca Haskins Ebony Haynes Maya Hayuk Thyra Heder Balarama Heller Dana Helwick Tom Hembree William Hempel Victoria Hempstead Harold Hernandez M. Benjamin Herndon Rick Herron Justine Hill Keiran Brennan Hinton Judith Hoffman George Horner Kevin Horton Mary Houlihan Gabriel Huallanea Brian Hubble Paul Hunter-Speagle Alanna Hutt Alejandro Ibarra Gina Im Chieko Inayama Daria Irincheeva Bryn Jackson Terrance D. James Rachel K. Jantzi Gellochio Jeloakio Diana Jensen Priscilla Jeong Porsperger Jerome Aka Jewellery Sara Jimenez J.C. Jogerst Paul John Randy J. Johnson Hunter Jonakin Robin M. Jordan Cojo Art Juggernaut Irena Jurek JW Kaliptus Peter Karis Madison Kelly & Kristina Kustra Keltie Jari Kennedy Devin Kenny Yasamin Keshtler Chris Kerr Hyun Soon Kim Evan Jung Kim John Kim Richard Knox Connie Ko Cem Kocyildirim Emily Kohl-Mattingley Stephanie Kosinski Nick Kozak Melissa Kraft Pavel Kraus Anne Kristoff John C Kuchera Jari Kutasi Liza Lacioix Lionel Lamy Zaq Landsberg Tracey Langfitt Charlotte de Larminat Yusnf Lateef Erin Latham Jake Lavin Starr Lawrence Miyeon Lee Yaniya Lee Eric Leiser Emilie Lemakis Paul Lemargvis-Ruth Keith Lemley Daniel Leonard Lisa Levy Jeremiah Lewis Yali Lewis Casey Li Yunging Lin Carrie Lincourt Peter Linden Lauren Shea Little Jing Liu Liz & Val Rebecca Llanos Nick Loewen Maria de Los Angeles Natalie Lomeli David Maddy Nick Madonia Leonardo Madriz Ethan Maile Christina Maile Karen Mainenti Drew Malbin Matthias Manner Dylan A. Marchesch Quintin Marcus Shaneilla Marson Alec Martin Drew Martin Emery C. Martin Jamie Martinez Christof Mascher Federico Massa Michelle Matson Fia Matsson David Mawdsley Rachel L. McCar Marlene McCarty Zoe McCloskey Melissa B. McCloud David McDonough Lauren McGoyh Aria McManus Peter Gynd Medley Joseph Meloy Nichole Michand Leni Michl Adam Milner Janie Milstein Marilyn Minter Dato Mio Azikiwe Mohammed Parviz Mohassel Lucia Mooney-Martin Darcy Moore Dave La Morte Christopher Moss L. Mosquera Hannah Motley David Mramor Holly Murkerson Laura Murray Edie Nadelhaft Zach Nader Tiffany Navarro Tommaso Nelli Jefferson Nelson Daniel Newman Lara Nickel Petra Nimtz Steve Nishimoto Jodie Niss Sheila Noorollah Madeline Nunez Evan O’Reilly Dionis Ortiz Chinedu Felix Osuchukwu Elizabeth Otten Cody Oyama Chris Page Joshua Paige Judith Panetta Tyson Parks Cathleen Parra Gioni David Parra & Gasperini Simona E. Pavone Molly Peck Alex Petrowsky & Eugene Tsimerman Brian Piana Alexandra Pinel Zack Pinson Nelson Plaza Jason Polan Jesse Pollock Rachel Pollak Alison Poole Jason Potvin Philippe Previl James Prez Elisa Pritzker Peggi Pugh Angela Pulido Molly Rose Purcell Push Pop Collective Emily Puthoff Rachelle Quinn Lucreccia Quintanilla Jim Radakovich Suze Raeg Daniel Rampulla Erika Ranee Cricket Raspet Naroa Lizar Redrado Jackie Rines Bos Rob Claire Robertson Jesse Robinson Christina Roginski Rory Rosenberg Katia Rosenthal Andrew Ross Mike Roth Patrick Rowe Charlie Rubin Alexi Rutsch Audrey Ryan Dan Sabau Alfredo Salazar-Caro Erick Sanchez Jessica Sanders Talena Sanders & Laurenn McCubbin Michael Sanzone Jake Scharbach Karen Schaupeter Janice Schindler Mike Schonebaum John Schriner Katharina Schtendl Scott Schultheis Claudia Schwabb Jeffrey Scudder Jason Scuderi Scott Seaboldt Paul Seftel & Emily Grace Harman Rick Segal Gurpreet Sehra Lauren Seiden Heewon Seo Mary Serbe Chris Shaw Sarah Shebaro Summer Shiffman Zorawar Sidhu Chris Silva Lauren Silva Colin Michael Simmons Natalie Simon Judith Shimer Patrick Shoemaker Talia Shulze Calvin Siegel Ramon Silva Regina Silvers Maximiliano Sinani Niki Singleton Elena Skirskaya Tiffany Smith Ted Southern Rebecca Spangenthal Jess Speckend Jonathan Stam Myles Starr Milton Stevenson Jacob Stilley Jennifer Sullivan Elise Swain Joseph G. 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Time and Openness
Article by Max Schreier, photos by Chloé Richard in Berlin; Saturday, June 2, 2012
Aram Bartholl is a tech artist who makes objects by capturing electronic moments, developing them into classical forms, and using the most analog processes to create digital forms. His work falls into the avant garde not by its innovative methods, but rather by its means of handling the often difficult-to-tame medium of the Web. When I visited Bartholl in his studio he humbly downplayed how innovative his work is, choosing instead to discuss the more abstract ideas that inform his process. For Bartholl the duality of analog and digital is a false exclusivity; his art is digital in its concepts but analog in its presentation, an execution that sets him apart from many of his peers in the tech art world.
Bartholl moved to Berlin in 1995 to earn a degree in the architecture department of the UdK. After his initial two years of study he found himself more excited by the T1 connection in the computer lab than the plotters in the architecture studios. Unlike many of the programmers who were discussing the newfound wealth of information and visual possibilities of writing code to develop art, Bartholl was primarily interested in the front end of the Internet; the user experience with, and the presentation of, the aesthetic of the web. Instead of designing websites and becoming a student of online presentation, Bartholl started to observe the visual trends of the web and to interpret these tropes into handmade art works.
The openness of the Internet is integral to the physicality as well as the philosophy of Bartholl’s work. He posts detailed instructions for the recreation of his works online, and some of his works are the instructional videos themselves. While many of Aram’s works question where the inherent value of an artworks lies, that is not the primary intention of his creations. Posting the intricacies of the work to the Internet is “obvious” to Bartholl; the fact that his work exists in three dimensions and in space, does not preclude it from also having the interactive and open elements that are intrinsic to the web. Just as an artwork posted on YouTube is viewed thousands of times, a physical work of Bartholl’s also has the same accessibility. It is this well-established openness along with the content that sets him apart as such a unique web artist.
The ubiquitous conversation of how the Internet decreases our attention spans and thoughtfulness is universally accepted and derided, while at the same time we all participate in this perceived decline. Bartholl sees this haste as opportunity, creating Speed Projects — time restricted art events, self-monitored and self-approved — that are assigned their artistic merit by their completion and often uploading to the web. Bartholl calls these small works “freeing”, as he also considers the brevity of online media. Often he will work months on a work that is only appreciated for a second on the web before it is clicked through, and steadily decreases in viral significance because it is no longer new. The response is Speed Projects, some of which pick up Internet steam and find themselves trending on various forms of social and real media, and others that fall away as quickly as they were made.
Aram Bartholl is showing his work Online Gallery Playset at the group show, 404 Not Found, opening on Friday, June 8 at Berlin project space, Sur la Montagne.
See more of Aram Bartholl’s work:
Max Schreier was born in 1985 in New York City. He is an independent curator and the Associate Director at DUVE Berlin.
Chloé Richard is a Berlin-based French photographer and a regular Berlin Art Link collaborator. Her portrait work is internationally published. www.chloerichard.com
Berlin Art Link (BAL) proudly presents 404 Not Found, the second exhibition in their ongoing Night & Day Series, which will feature works by six web and digital artists including:
Elvia Wilk and
curated by Max Schreier
Vernissage: Friday, June 8, 7-11pm
Open Saturday June 9, 12-5pm
Sur la Montagne, Torstrasse 170, Berlin
**AFTER PARTY for the event will be at bar KIM (Brunnenstrasse 10) from 11pm onwards: http://www.kim-in-berlin.com/
Facebook Event Page: facebook.com/events/316587475088533
I m looking fwd to this event! We gonna rock the house!! :)
Book Launch: Aram Bartholl’s ‘The Speed Book’
On April 12 from 6PM–8PM, Eyebeam will host the official US ‘The Speed Book’ launch party of Aram Bartholl’s first artist monograph. The event, which occurs in tandem with eteam’s project launch, will feature:
- Aram Bartholl, in town from Berlin introducing and signing the book.
- Brad Troemel, will give a talk about “Creative Destruction”, based on his essay he wrote for ‘The Speed Book’!
- Lindsay Howard, Eyebeam’s Curatorial Fellow, in conversation with Aram Bartholl
- HENNESSY YOUNGMAN and DJ AJ Slim spinning beatzZ and rocking the house!
Eyebeam alumni Aram Bartholl’s work explores the power structures, social systems, cultural innovations, inner dynamics, languages, and products shaping our age. This publication, his first comprehensive monograph, offers entry into an oeuvre in which space and cyberspace mingle with and mangle one another in a realm that uses as little technology as possible yet still speaks in a digital language.
Aram Bartholl: The Speed Book is edited by Domenico Quaranta, designed by Manuel Bürger, and published by Gestalten, with essays by Josephine Bosma, Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Jon Cates, Lindsay Howard, Alessandro Ludovico, Evan Roth, Bruce Sterling, and Brad Troemel.
Jeu de Paume Paris is currently having an Ai Weiwei solo: Ai Weiwei – Interlacing. I am very honored that the FFFFFREE Ai Weiwei – glasses !! project is shown as mini workshop along with the show. Great picture gallery!! THX!!