Aram Bartholl’s work lies at the intersection of the Internet, culture, and reality. The friction between public and private, online and offline, technology infatuation and everyday life is at the core of his work. In the form of interventions and installations in civic space, the artist (*1972) investigates the effects when constituents of the digital world come together with reality. His works have been exhibited internationally including at the MoMA, Museum of Modern Art in New York, Skulptur Projekte Münster, and the Hayward Gallery, London. Aram Bartholl lives and works in Berlin.