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Ubermorgen is an artistic duo created in Vienna by Lizvlx and Hans Bernhard, founder of etoy. Übermorgen is the German Word for both "the day after tomorrow", and "marvellous morning".
Lizvlxes is an artist, designer and technologist based in Vienna and St. Moritz who produces both artistic and commercial works for businesses, collectors, and institutions. She has used technology and computers as artistic media since 1994, and her net art has been exhibited in sites such as Ars Electronica (Austria), the Malmö Art Museum (Sweden), NTT ICC Museum (Japan), The International Contemporary Art Fair of Madrid (ARCO, Spain), and the Lentos Art Museum (Austria).
Lizvlx is a founding member of and UBERMORGEN.COM. She studied fine arts and economics in Vienna. She is a professional artist and creative thinker, focusing on digital art projects, exhibitions, and giving lectures worldwide at conferences and universities.
Hans Bernhard is also based in Vienna and St. Moritz. He works in the fields of fine art and digital art. Using technology, computers, and the Internet as media since 1994, he has exhibited and performed in locations such as the Tokyo Museum of Contemporary Art (Japan), Ars Electronica (Austria), the Malmö Art Museum (Sweden), and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA, USA).
He is a founding member of the legendary etoy.CORPORATION and UBERMORGEN.COM. Bernhard studied visual communication, digital art, art history, and aesthetics in Vienna, San Diego, Pasadena, and Wuppertal.
He is a professional artist and creative thinker, working on artistic projects, researching digital networks, exhibiting, and travelling the world giving lectures at conferences and universities.

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The collaboration of Ubermorgen, Paolo Cirio, and Alessandro Ludovico cannot be described as a group or formal art collective as such, although it does resemble a "ban...
Paolo Cirio
Alessandro Ludovico


Concept and curatorship: Gustavo Romano
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