Aram Bartholl was born in 1972 and has been working in Berlin since 1995. He studied architecture at the Universität der Künste, Berlin, and graduated there in 2001. His work thematizes the relationships between net data space and public everyday life. In his series of physical objects recreated from digital space and a series of light installations he questions technology-driven society and the tension of public on- and offline space. His art work has been shown worldwide in festivals, galleries, and museums such as Ars Electronica in Linz, Transmediale in Berlin, Eyebeam in New York, Enemy Gallery in Chicago, eARTS in Shanghai, NIMk Netherlands Media Art Institute in Amsterdam, Total Museum of Contemporary Art in Seoul, FACT in Liverpool, Microwave in Hong Kong, Museum Weserburg in Bremen, and LABoral in Gijón, among others. He has received the seventeenth Video Award Bremen (2008), the Browserday Award (2001), and an honorable mention of the Transmediale Awards (2007). Aram Bartholl is a member of the Free Art and Technology Lab (F.A.T. Lab), New York.