UBERMORGAN.COM WORK 1999 – 2007
UBERMORGEN.COM is an artist-duo created in Vienna, Austria, by Lizvlx and Hans Bernhard. Behind UBERMORGEN.COM can be found one of the most unmatchable identities – controversial and iconoclastic – of the contemporary European techno-fine-art avant-garde. Their open circuit of conceptual art, drawing, software art, pixelpainting, computer installations, net.art, sculpture and digital activism (media hacking) transforms their brand into a hybrid Gesamtkunstwerk. Ubermorgen focuses on exploring contemporary legal issues, especially those of security, privacy and copyright.
UBERMORGEN.COM Work 1999 – 2007 exhibition is on at the Experimental Art Foundation from 13th July – 18th August.
Billboard refacing legends BUGA UP (Billboard Utilising
Artists Against Unhealthy Promotions) have come out of the woodwork to
do a piece for the MAY’S graff project in May Lane St. Peters. They
haven’t hit the boards since the 80’s when their relentless billboard
alterations paved the way for a ban on cigarette advertising, and – you
could even say – onward towards the recent bans on cigarette smoking in
pubs clubs etc.
This is a very exciting event for political art in Sydney.
Squatspace’s own Mickie Quick will have a smaller piece down the
lane and in their shadow.
Free Beer! Tho be prepared to be lectured by
BUGA UP Bill about what the beer is doin to ya!
FRI 13th 6-8pm May Lane St Peters, Sydney, Australia
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etoy invites you to visit “art en plein air môtiers 2007”
On Saturday September 1, 2007, Môtiers, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Join etoy.AGENTS on a day out in the green: hiking trails, waterfalls,
power plants, black holes, absinth, lush forests and art in open air.
Book this day in your calendar for a special tour to Môtiers together
On exhibit in Môtiers: MISSION ETERNITY SARCOPHAGUS
(http://missioneternity.org/bridges/sarcophagus/) with the TERMINUS
containing the mortal remains of Timothy Leary: Accessible to the public
from June 23 to September 23 daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. except Mondays.
Over 90 artistic positions: for example John Armleder, Roman Signer,
Sylvie Fleury, L/B, Christoph Draeger, San Keller, Günther Förg, and
Katja Schenker (etoy’s favorite!). http://www.artmotiers.ch
Sign up by sending an email with your name and contact information to
email@example.com or by leaving a comment at http://www.etoy.com/contact/
Sign up for the bus trip as early as possible since seats are limited!
The flat-rate fee for the day is 100 CHF.
A comprehensive introduction to MISSION ETERNITY can be found at: