Aram Bartholl’s work creates an interplay between internet, culture and reality. How do our taken-for-granted communication channels influence us? Bartholl shifts the media research paradigm, asking not just what humans are doing with media, but what media is doing to humans. Tensions between public and private, online and offline, technology infatuation and everyday life are at the core of his work and his public interventions and installations. The works, surprisingly physical manifestations of the digital world, challenge our concepts of reality and incorporeality. Bartholl has exhibited at MoMA Museum of Modern Art NY, The Pace Gallery NY, the Hayward Gallery, as well as conducting countless workshops, talks and performances internationally. He lives and works in Berlin.