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I am very pleased to announce another show I a curated for XPO gallery to take place in March. Looking very much fwd to this! :))
Rafaël Rozendaal, 2013, everything always everywhere .com website, courtesy XPO Gallery
Wear art on your wrist! A group show on very big and very small screens!
FULL SCREEN celebrates the evolution of the screen in its most extreme developments. Soon screens will disappear from our view and will be replaced by laser light projecting directly on our retina. Pixels in a rectangle will be history as a medium like oil painting as a media technique is history today. Ten internationally renown artists will show screen based art works on a large LED screen and small smart watches at the same time. It’s time to go FULL SCREEN!
Opening March 13, 2014 Save the date!
March 13 – April 4, 2014
XPO gallery, Paris
Curated by Aram Bartholl
I m showing works with DAM Gallery at the new UNPAINTED media art fair in munich coming weekend. On Sunday 1pm I ll be part of a panel discussion about online/offline art. CU there!
“OFFLINE/ONLINE” UNPAINTED talk. A dialogue with Philippe Riss (xpo gallery, Paris), Aram Bartholl (artist, Berlin), Kim Asendorf (artist, Berlin), Rory Blain (s(edition, London), Elizabeth Markevitch (ikono TV, London), Klaus vom Bruch (new media professor)
moderator: Florian Mueck
Jan 17 -20, 2014Munich
Google Portrait – Edward Snowden
charcoal on paper, 120 x 120 cm
YIA ART FAIR / PARIS
Georges et Archibald Verney-Carron
vous prient de bien vouloir assister
le 10 septembre 2013 à partir de 11 h
au vernissage de l’exposition
In medIas Res
Rodrigo arteaga (Chili)
aram Bartholl (allemagne)
Patricia Camet (Pérou)
Gloria Friedmann (France)
eva Jospin (France)
Benjamin mecz (France)
Genêt mayor (suisse)
simon nicaise (France)
Curateur : Alexis Jakubowicz
Du mardi au vendredi de 14 h à 19 h et sur rendez-vous
Le samedi de 14 h 30 à 19 h
45, quai Rambaud – 69002 Lyon
Tram T1 Montrochet – Bus S1 Confluence – La Sucrière
You are cordially invited to the opening of Hello World! by Aram Bartholl, Thursday, August 29, 7pm at Kasseler Kunstverein.
The Kasseler Kunstverein is proud to present Aram Bartholl’s first institutional solo show
featuring new works and central pieces of his oeuvre.
Dust Excerpt 1
at Winter Prison, Sherbrooke, Quebec
part of the show http://espaceimmedia.org/ August 1 – 17, 2013
Wow!! the production and installation of this piece went really well, and the outcome is beyond expectations! :)) Thx so much to the whole team at sporobole.org making this possible and thx for all the excellent work! Special thx to Éric Desmarais & François Quévillon!!
’15 seconds of fame’ 2010, at Kunstverein Arnsberg
Eröffnung am Freitag, 26.07.2013, 19 Uhr
+ Sommerfest im Garten des Kunstvereins
Aram Bartholl, Heike Bollig, Julian Charriere & Julius von Bismarck, Andreas Greiner & Fabian Knecht, Katrin Herzner, Gordon Matta-Clark, Adrien Missika, Hans Schabus, Roman Signer, Timm Ulrichs, Ella Ziegler
I am very much looking forward to a pretty massive Dust crates install at Espace[IM]media in Sheerbroke upcoming August :)) Thx for the preview Eric! Thx for all the feedback Francois!
Dust excerpt I
Aram Bartholl, 2013 at
Current & upcoming shows / talks
The Influencers Festival
theinfluencers Barcelona, Spain
24.10. – 30.11.2013
Stadtgalerie Bern, Switzerland
Todaysart festival, The Hague, Netherlands
OFFLINE ART: Hardcore
at Kasseler Kunstverein, Germany
curation, group show
solo show at Kasseler Kunstverein, Germany
Espace[IM]media, Sheerbroke, Canada
Playtime – Videogame mythologies
Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow, Russia
Summer Splash 2
DAM Gallery, Berlin
with: Aram Bartholl, Constant Dullaart, Ernest Edmonds, Eduardo Kac, Sommerer & Mignonneau, Evan Roth, UBERMORGEN.COM, among others
solo show at xpo gallery, Paris, France
Fußnoten zum Aufbruch
Motorenhalle in 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 …
Playtime – Videogame mythologies
Krasnoyarsk Museum Center, Russia
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!