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Harm van den Dorpel

*1981, Zaandam, lives in Berlin

is an artist dedicated to discovering emergent aesthetics by composing software and language, borrowing from disparate fields such as genetics and blockchain. Also, he co-founded the now closed left gallery. His work has been included in the exhibition Free at the New Museum in New York and in the survey exhibition Post-Internet Art at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art. His works were recently shown at Takuro Someya Contemporary Art in Tokyo; Nahmad Contemporary (NY); — curated by Eleanor Cayre & Dean Kissick, Villa Schöningen, Potsdam and Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle. He’s represented by Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam; and Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich.