Aram Bartholl

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Since 1995 Aram Bartholl lives and works in Berlin. In his art work he thematizes the relationship of net data space and every day life. “In which form does the network data world manifest itself in our everyday life? What comes back from cyberspace into physical space? How do digital innovations influence our everyday actions?”

His art work has been shown on international art festivals such as Ars Electronica, Transmediale Berlin or Futuresonic Manchester. Furthermore he participated in exhibitions at TENT Niederlande, VOORUIT Belgium, Eyebeam New York, Enemy Gallery Chicago, Total Museum of Contemporary Art Seoul, Australian Centre for Photography Sydney, eARTS Shanghai, LABORAL Spanien and Videotage Hong Kong. In more than 30 lectures and workshops Aram Bartholl presented his work at conferences at universities.

Aram Bartholl studied architecture at the University of the Arts UdK Berlin and graduated there in 2001 with the thesis “Bits on Location”. This work also won him the Browserday competition in the same year. In 2007 he got an honorable mention by Transmediale and won the 17th Viedo award Bremen. For his project “Sandbox Berlin” Bartholl received a project grand of the cultural Senat Berlin as well as for 2008 he was supported by a full year working grant by Stiftung Kunstfonds Germany.

Aram Bartholl is a permanent member of the “Urban Media Salon” founded by Mirjam Struppek and visits regularly the annual Congress of the Chaos Communication Club Berlin. From 2001-2004 Aram Bartholl has been working as a freelance concept creator and media designer for MVRDV, DMC Vienna, Fraunhofer Institut Fokus Berlin , Institut for Electronic Business und City & Bits, among others.

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