Harm van den Dorpel


Artist's Bio

Harm van den Dorpel (b.1981) Harm van den Dorpel’s work emerges from a continuous dialogue and exchange with the participatory culture of the Internet, encompassing websites, video, collage and sculptures that meld physical and virtual realms. Exploring how their over lap affects aesthetics and objecthood, he often utilizes sophisticated design and programming to create works that return materiality to digital form. He has exhibited in many venues, including The New Museum (New York), Nederlands Instituut voor Mediakunst (Amsterdam), Spencer Brownstone Gallery (New York), Atelierhof Kreuzberg (Berlin), RABK (Amsterdam), Artnews Projects (Berlin), and the Internet Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2009.



Curators' Special

Part of the curatorial selection of Nadim Samman.