a distrubing comment minimalistic micro netart for a twitter accelerated internet
'The joke' was a solo at 'tiefgarage' a project space at Colognes Ebertplatz in July 2017.
Videoportrait on ppportrait.de
A videoportait with 3 questions and 3 answers as part of Lars Klostermanns ongoing project about Düsseldorf based artists.
#fakenews sculpture and limited digital edition in combination with a huge text on wall presented at FAR OFF 2017.
My horde of trolls is an ongoing twitter experiment about bots, trolling and (anti)social behaviour in the privatepublic internetspace. a horde of autonomous troll-bots following my accounts, reacting to my tweets, mostly in a harsh and rude way. insulting me, laughing about me, talking about my tweets, behaving nasty and unkind.
'Metamoderne now and never' - a collaboration between the digital3mpire and the Berlin based router.gallery.
ghetzufdg836748293 is my conceptual und minimalistic contribution for dadaclub.online to celebrate the 100th aniversary of dada
On February 5, 2016 the Link Art Center launched Dadaclub.online, an online archive and creative platform meant to celebrate the dada legacy in the centenary of dada’s birth, that took place in Zurich on February 5, 1916. For a year, Dadaclub.online has been a place for uninterrupted experimentation, promoting the creative reuse of digital copies of original dada artworks. On the platform, around 148 artworks have been published so far, and visited around 250,000 times.
Netbased artwork The Alpha and the Omega Webpage, responsive
Hypertext | 超文本
The Door Art in collaboration with Intelligentsia Gallery
a group exhibition with works by Wu Ding, Ma Yongfeng, Florian Kuhlmann, Christopher Rey Perez, Ju Anqi, Yu Bogong, Ren Zhitian, Li Shan, Jeff Miller & Drew Milligan, Li Tingwei, Jason Mena, Camille Ayme, Alessandro Rolandi, The Collective, Yu Ying, Deng Dafei, Yang Yuanyuan, Elsie Yi Shen, Song Xi, William Lee, Aoto Oouchi, OOCH, Russell Beighton, Garcia Frankowski, .
A text by Dr. Emmanuel Mir about the LSDSL project in the Gold & Betongalerie at Ebertplatz published at perisphere.de.