Ubermorgen

Lizvlx and Hans Bernhard, who work under the name Ubermorgen.com, live and work in Vienna, Cologne, and St. Moritz. Ubermorgen became notorious for their media hacks in the 2000s. The artist duo owns more than seventy-five active web pages, safely embedded within the Swiss Alps on military secured grounds. The French newspaper Libération described the strategy behind the vote-selling platform Vote-Auction (2000–06) as “un plan machiavélique.” Ubermorgen.com’s work has been shown at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, Biennale of Sydney, and Gwangju Biennale, among others and has won the Swiss Art Award, transmediale Award, and IBM Award for New Media. Ubermorgen.com influenced by Rammstein, Samantha Fox, XXXTentacion, Pfizer’s Olanzapine, Albert Hofmann’s LSD, and KFC’s Coconut Shrimps Deluxe, as well as Viennese actionism.


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