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04.04.13 Marina Galperina

“There’s some trademark violation going on, obviously. Whatever.” F.A.T. artist Aram Bartholl’s talking about Evan Roth’s project Ideas Worth Spreading. Pop on a headset, pop in your own Powerpoint or just stand next to the giant red “TED” and it’s your TED Talk. Sup? It’s an all F.A.T. international reunion at the Eyebeam Art+Technology Center’s Lindsay Howard-curated […]

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02.08.13 Marina Galperina

Yes, that lamp has DEER HOOF FEET. No, that’s not Twin Peaks. Remember Aram Bartholl’s digital art glory hole at the Museum of Moving Image in Queens? Volume 5 in launching today! Through March 14, bring your blank dvd to the DVD Dead Drop and it shall spit out the Best of Fach & Asendorf Gallery of net art, compiled by […]

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08.15.12 Marina Galperina

Don’t put your disk in that hole! No, wait… do. F.A.T. artist and ANIMAL favorite Aram Bartholl and takes his Dead Drops — the freeshare USB slots installed into metropolitan crevices and holes, like the side of the New Museum — and remixes them with… DVD Dead Drop! Ta-da! Starting starting tomorrow, at any time, 24-hours a-day, bring a […]

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09.21.11 Marina Galperina

F.A.T. artist Aram Bartholl’s Dead Drop hack-art empire is growing. Here’s a giddy volunteer installing an “anonymous, offline, peer to peer file-sharing network” at highest point of the Teufelsberg — an abandoned U.S. NSA “listening” tower in Berlin. […]

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06.03.11 Marina Galperina

F.A.T. artists continue their support of detained artist Ai Weiwei by offering downloadable DIY “FREE Ai Weiwei glasses,” get it? Take Ai’s middle finger with you IRL, when not using the Fuck Off bookmarklet or the Reverse Firewall on the Chinese internet. Although, really, it’s time for everyone to learn Mandarin and go on Weibo. […]

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05.27.11 Marina Galperina

F.A.T. artist Aram Bartholl has hacked us a new way to object the persecution and imprisonment of dissident artist Ai Weiwei. Go here for simple directions on how to flip off sites of companies supporting Chinese cultural events while keeping their mouths conveniently shut about the artist’s arrest. Do it with Ai’s own finger from […]

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05.19.11 Marina Galperina

Inspired by F.A.T. artist Aram Bartholl’s NYC project Dead Drops, French musical collective Emmanuelle has installed two Glory Walls in Paris, with more coming. Essentially, these are two public USB sticks with the band’s MP3s, but vulgar! […]

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02.01.11 Marina Galperina

Apparently, MoMA only gives out artist passes if you can prove you’ve had a show off-line. To hack these internet art discriminating practices, F.A.T. artist Aram Bartholl made this step-by-step guide to creating your own one year MoMA artist pass with a scanner and a bar-code generator so online artists can reward themselves. With all […]

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11.09.10 Marina Galperina

Dead Drops is NYC’s new “anonymous, offline, peer to peer file-sharing network in a public space.” Artist Aram Bartholl cemented USB flash drives in and on walls, poles, curbs, crevices and cracks of the city. Here’s a fresh “how to” video. This is cool, even if you don’t want to pop your comp on a tip of […]

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09.04.09 Will Sherman

FUCK 3D glasses aren’t intended to enhance one’s perspective, just to suppress it. Offering a simple solution for those people “sick of the 3rd dimension,” the new printable eyewear, quickly constructed by Free Art and Technology’s Aram Bartholl, does away with depth perception in favor of simpler, flatter visions that will surely comfort the computer […]

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