‘Art, dance and unidentifiable cities’ - bbc.co.uk/blogs/outriders

“..From walking around with paper models of over sized World of Warcraft weapons to planting giant replicas of Google map pins in real locations – Artist Aram Bartholl is interested in exploring the boundaries between offline and online worlds. He’s just completed a new work – DVD Dead Drop at New York’s Museum of the Moving Image – and so Chris asked him what he was trying to achieve through his art…”


OHH NOO! 0dayart.net  STOLE the HOT show (on DVD) and is seeding it now ILLEGALY on the INTERNT! thepiratebay.se/torrent/7542702 ;) Love the picture @nullsleep!! THX!!

Project page DVD Dead Drop


flickr set

The DVD Dead Drop opening last week at MMI was awesome! Thx to everyone for showing up!!
Thx to MMI staff for dedicated production and support! And special shoutout to Jason Eppink making this all happen!





A group show about video that is not video
Curated by Aram Bartholl
Served on DVD through the DVD Dead Drop install at the Museum of Moving Image, NYC
Opening reception Thursday, August 16, 6:00–8:00 p.m.
Acessible to the public 24/7 , August 16–September 15, 2012



Site specific intervention
Material: Dog & Flashdrive
Dimensions: 25x60x65 cm
Aram Bartholl 2012

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