Does This Happen to Everyone? featured on Publishers Weekly. "Taking an empathetic and respectful approach to sex education, Von Hollenben and Helms blend humor, factual information, and candid advice. A valuable resource that normalizes and affirms sexuality while suggesting that puberty is a time of both physical and intellectual growth.”
Aram Bartholl's first institutional solo exhibition Hello World! features new pieces together with pivotal work from his existing oeuvre.
He goes into details: “Originally, the term Hello World! comes from programming software. To display the words ‘Hello World’ on a screen represents a type of software function testing, a minimal program with just this one function: to welcome the world. But in this show Hello World! also represents the materialization of the digital. While previously pixels were only displayed on screens, today objects are printed by 3D printers. Increasingly, the issues raised by computers and the internet are discussed on a broader level and in society as a whole. Topics such as digital surveillance, copyright issues or ‘Facebook revolutions’ represent only a fraction of the changes that a whole generation has grown up in.”
For a growing number of people, virtual activities on the internet are becoming more significant than the lives they actually lead in the real world. Others are skeptical or even alarmed by the seemingly inevitable technological developments in our digital age. In his work, Aram Bartholl investigates this dichotomy and the blurred dynamics in between with a playfully ironic ingenuity. Read more about what Aram Bartholl showcases at Kunstverein Kassel.
The Speed Book, his first monograph, has been published by Gestalten.
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Little Gestalten featured in the September issue of Monocle. ""Beautifully illustrated and uniquely presented, the line is a gift for godparents looking for one."
Hallo, ich bin Erik reviewed in the Süddeutsche Zeitung's August 28 issue, both in print and digital.
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