UBERMORGEN.COM is a Swiss–Austrian–American artist duo founded in 1995 by lizvlx and Hans Bernhard. Their main body of work consists of Internet art/net.art, Installation, Video, Photography, Software Art, Performance and uses the convergence of digital media to produce and publish online and offline. Their early works were Media Hacking projects using low-tech tools to reach very large audiences. During the work on their best known project Voteauction (2000)CNN.com called them “Maverick Austrian Businessmen”. In 2001, they started a collaboration with Christoph Schlingensief for the development and staging of a Hamlet project in Zurich: NAZI~LINE, a bigger than life fake neo-nazi helpline and exit strategy finding agency. In 2005 they started the EKMRZ Trilogy, a series of conceptual hacks (GWEI – Google Will Eat Itself, Amazon Noir and The Sound of eBay). Between 2007–2011 their focus went into research-based productions (Superenhanced, WOPPOW, KRAFT Series and Rock Art productions such as TORTURE CLASSICS and CLICKISTAN (commissioned by the Whitney Museum of American Art). They started to work extensively with video during this period. Since 1999 their work has been shown in museums and galleries in Europe, America, Africa, Australia and Asia and include venues such as SFMOMA, Centre Pompidou, Konsthall Malmoe, NTT ICC Museum Tokyo, Gwangju Design Biennale, ZKM Karlsruhe,MUMOK Vienna, Ars Electronica Linz, WRO Media Art Biennale Wroclaw, MoCA Taipei,Witte de With Rotterdam, Lentos Art Museum Linz, Biennale of Sydney, ARCO Madrid and the New Museum New York. They are currently represented by Fabio Paris Brescia, [DAM] Berlin and Carroll / Fletcher London.
GWEI – Google Will Eat Itself – Installation, The Premises Gallery, Johannensburg, 2005
THE*AGENCY* [for manual Election Recounts], 2004, Installation & Performance, ubermorgen, 2004