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OFFLINE ART: new2

OFFLINE ART: new2 curated by Aram Bartholl at Xpo Gallery participating artists : Cory Arcangel, Kim Asendorf, Claude Closky, Constant Dullaart, Dragan EspenschiedFaith Holland, , JODI, Olia Lialina, Jonas Lund, Evan Roth, Phil Thompson, Emilie Gervais & Sarah Weis “new2″ is the first show realized in the OFFLINE ART exhibition format. Web based art works will […]

Tanja Lazetic

Tanja Lazetic Work from Nine Swimming Pools behind Broken Glass. “I found some photos of bathers in swimming pools in some old Yugoslavian tourist brochures. They were taken at more or less the same time American artist Edward Ruscha took his photographs of swimming pools for his book Nine Swimming Pools and a Broken Glass […]

Carrick Bell

Carrick Bell Work from his oeuvre – specifically Get to the Chopper, Furniture for a New Community and Backwards, With no Mistakes. “My video work negotiates between narrative and abstraction in depictions of human interactions with natural landscapes. I use appropriated video to investigate nature as a site for man-on-man violence, as a site for […]

Ruth Van Beek

Ruth Van Beek Work from her oeuvre. “Ruth Van Beek or the Poetics of Paper Weights Ruth Van Beek’s collages play a particularly clever and intricate game of hide and seek with the truth of an image. ‘The result is a picture of something that never existed,’ she explains on her website. Ruth Van Beek […]

Cory Arcangel

Cory Arcangel Work from his current exhibition at the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin. “The New York-based artist Cory Arcangel (* 1978) uses his work to explore the practices and myths that have built up around Internet culture, pop music and experimental music. In processing visual and audio material for his works, he not only uses […]

Joe McKay

Joe McKay Work from Sunset Solitaire. “Sunset Solitaire references computer games, of course, in this case one played by an individual and watched by others, but there are a range of other associations. The Hudson River School painters and Mark Rothko’s glowing rectangles readily come to mind, as do the evocatively nostalgic memories of drive-in […]

Artemisa Clark

Artemisa Clark Work from Following Piece – LA. “Recontextualizing Vito Acconci’s “Following Piece” within the cars, freeways and streets of Los Angeles, each video is taken from my car as I follow randomly selected cars throughout (and beyond) Los Angeles. The videos, seen here as stills, are projected and looped next to ink on paper […]

Erik Berglin

Erik Berglin Work from Everything is Borrowed. “The work Everything Is Borrowed consist of a selection of collages made from my ever-growing collection of found images, the collection is constantly undergoing structuring, categorizing, organizing and reorganizing. I’m interested in the connections and similarities I find between famous works of art and pictures made by anonymous people. […]

Kari Altman

Kari Altmann Work from her oeuvre. “Kari Altmann, for example, considers her work to be located not in individual works (as meaningful as they may be), but rather in her avatar inside the data cloud wherein one views her perform the excavation and molding of her own artistic archive in mutable cloud-space, cloud-time. Sometimes she’ll […]

Amir Zaki

Amir Zaki Work from Eleven Minus One “Amir Zaki’s 11-1 meticulously recreates a group of photographs made in the mid-1980s by internationally-renowned Swiss artists David Fischli and Peter Weiss. Fischll and Weissʼ work, which depicts precariously balancing temporary sculptures intentionally constructed in a slap-dash manner, privilege the photographs over the sculptures themselves, a notion Zaki […]