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’15 seconds of fame’ 2010, at Kunstverein Arnsberg

Public Abstraction Private Construction VI VII
26. Juli – 8. September 2013

Eröffnung am Freitag, 26.07.2013, 19 Uhr
+ Sommerfest im Garten des Kunstvereins

 

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
Espace[IM]media,
Sheerbroke, Canada
1.8.-29.9.13

 

I always wanted to make this DVD! During deaddrops.com people warned there could be viruses on the USB drive! Yes, there could be! But now, look! Here is a DVD full of viruses (and artefacts of their history) OMG!! ;)))

VIRII
DVD Dead Drop vol. 8
at the Museum of Moving Image
June 26–July 30, 2013
by Aram Bartholl

 

Greetings from the Internet
Aram Bartholl, 2013,
ongoing postcard series

 

WARNING:If you are a photosensitive epileptic you might need help to have your phone set back to normal. (looks very much like a JODI piece :)))

 

Google Portrait: Kate Middleton
Charcoal on Paper
100 x 100 cm

Aram Bartholl, 2013

On display at DAM Berlin at Art13 London  March 1-3 2013

Good by Kate! Was cool hanging out!

 

 

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!

 

 

I am showing  a new work at DAM Frankfurt “BACK TO BACK” , opening next Sunday . “Graphic Arrays” is about screen resolutions and aspect ratios and how these evolved over the laste decades. The left board is dedicated to more recent mobile vertical resolution ending at iPad retina. The right board represents the long history of desktop screen pixel sizes starting with the classic VGA (640×480) IBM standard from 1987 till todays common 2560×1600 desktop monsters.  It’s also fun to look up the top screen resolutions of Internet users for each year screenresolution.org, sometimes even sorted by country (which it was up to date).  My first screen ever was a PAL 576×768 on a C64.