Born 1979, Leiderdorp, Netherlands.
Lives and works in Berlin, Germany and Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Constant Dullaart‘s practice reflects on the broad cultural and social effects of communication and image processing technologies, from performatively distributing artificial social capital on social media to completing a staff-pick Kickstarter campaign for a hardware start-up called Dulltech™. His work includes websites, performances, routers, installations, startups, armies, and manipulated found images, frequently juxtaposing or consolidating technically dichotomized presentation realms.
Recent solo Exhibitions include Cultural Matter, LIMA, Amsterdam; 100,000 Followers for Everyone, FOAM, Amsterdam (2018); Phantom Love, Up Projects, London (2017); Synthesising the Preferred Inputs, Future Gallery, Berlin; Deep Epoch, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam (2016); The Possibility of an Army, Kunsthalle Schirn, Frankfurt; Jennifer in Paradise, Futura, Prague; The Censored Internet, Aksioma, Ljubljana (2015); High Retention Slow Delivery, Jeu De Paume, Paris and Stringendo, Vanishing Mediators at Carroll / Fletcher, London; (2014). Group Exhibitions include I Was Raised on the Internet, MCA, Chicago; When Facts Don’t Matter Lismore Castle Arts, Lismore; (2018); Open codes, ZKM, Karlsruhe (2017-2019); Collecting Europe, V&A Museum, London (2017), Electronic Super Highway, Whitechapel, London; Final Goods, Kunstverein Hildesheim (2016);Then They Form Us, MCA, Santa Barbara; When I Give, I Give Myself, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam; Algorithmic Rubbish, Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam (2015); Casting a Wide net, Postmasters, NYC, USA; Online/Offline/Encoding Everyday Life, Transmediale, Berlin (2014). Dullaart has curated several exhibitions and lectured at universities and academies throughout Europe, most currently at the Werkplaats Typografie. Recently he has been awarded the Prix Net-Art 2015 and was a resident at the ISCP in New York in 2017.