Constant Dullaart (born 1979) lives and works in Berlin. Originally trained as a video artist, he now works mainly with the Internet as an alternative presentation space. By editing online forms of presentations and by re-contextualising 'found’ material he creates a new, found (online) exhibition space with networked performances, digital prints, YouTube videos, domain names and blog postings. His work has been shown internationally at venues such as the New Museum in New York, the ICA in London, Autocenter and Grimmuseum in Berlin, and the Stedelijk Museum in the Netherlands.
(Image: Constant Dullaart, taken by Chris Coy)
We demand meaning and consistency from the cultural products we consume and this program is designed as a crude rebellion against this comfortable idea that there are objective “standards” of any kind and that we have a right to expect “good taste.” ...
The Creatures is an endless combination of living members/ apparatuses, composed by miniature robots that live autonomously, receiving energy from solar cells and generating a variety of soft sounds and tiny movements.
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