L187

Ludwigstraße 187
63067 Offenbach am Main
Germany

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Nassim L'Ghoul, Untitled, 2020, installation view, video still, 3D-animation, deep learning algorithm, 04:12 min., sound by Phil Hoffart, edition of 3 + 1 A.P., photo: Jule Wertheimer, © and courtesy of the artist and L187


Nassim L'Ghoul, Untitled (excerpt), 2020, video still, 3D-animation, deep learning algorithm, 04:12 min., sound by Phil Hoffart, edition of 3 + 1 A.P., © and courtesy of the artist and L187



Nassim L’Ghoul, Briefkasten im Regen, 2020, installation view, photo print, 20,5 x 13 cm, photo: Anton Sahler, © and courtesy of the artist and L187


Nassim L’Ghoul, Briefkasten im Regen, 2020, installation view, photo print, 20,5 x 13 cm, © and courtesy of the artist and L187


Nassim L’Ghoul, Briefkasten im Regen, 2020, photo print, 20,5 x 13 cm, © and courtesy of the artist and L187

Nassim L’Ghoul, Ich konnte nie gut Briefe schreiben, 2019, installation view, acrylic and chalk on canvas, 170 x 120 cm, photo: Jule Wertheimer, © and courtesy of the artist and L187


Nassim L’Ghoul, Untitled, 2020, installation view, video still, image processing script, real-time self-destructing image, 3D animation, 336:00 hrs., photo: Jule Wertheimer, © and courtesy of the artist and L187


Nassim L’Ghoul, Untitled, 2020, installation view, video still, image processing script, real-time self-destructing image, 3D animation, 336:00 hrs., photo: Jule Wertheimer, © and courtesy of the artist and L187


Nassim L’Ghoul, Untitled, 2020, video still, image processing script, real-time self-destructing image, 3D animation, 336:00 hrs., © and courtesy of the artist and L187


Nassim L’Ghoul, Untitled, 2020, installation view, video still, image processing script, real-time self-destructing image, 3D animation, 336:00 hrs., photo: Jule Wertheimer, © and courtesy of the artist and L187


Nassim L’Ghoul, Untitled, 2020, installation view, video still, image processing script, real-time self-destructing image, 3D animation, 336:00 hrs., photo: Jule Wertheimer, © and courtesy of the artist and L187


Nassim L’Ghoul, Untitled, 2020, video still, image processing script, real-time self-destructing image, 3D animation, 336:00 hrs., © and courtesy of the artist and L187


Nassim L’Ghoul, Alle schweigen charmant, installation view, © and courtesy of the artist and L187


Nassim L’Ghoul, Manifesto, 2020, installation view, website on Deep Web, screen, dimensions variable, photo: Jule Wertheimer, © and courtesy of the artist and L187, link: http://uemjxuz6rnipl6xlcxj35dzbvd4xsqfvlpfwjygodvstpm7nqzdcyoyd.onion/


Nassim L’Ghoul, Feuerkasten, 2020, installation view, oil on canvas, 65 x 80 cm, photo: Anton Sahler, © and courtesy of the artist and L187


Nassim L’Ghoul, The Crucifixion with Mary and Saint John the Evangelist, 2020, installation view, 3D animation, looped, 00:10 min., photo: Jule Wertheimer, © and courtesy of the artist and L187

Digital art should be temporal.
The reproduction of digital artworks should be limited.
Digital works should suffer a loss of quality during reproduction.
Digital works should be made available decentrally and should not be accessible immediately and everywhere.
Digital works should be characterised by rivalry between them.
Digital artworks should not be created because they are efficient.
Intellectual property should not only be bound to material, but also to digital data.

Nassim L’Ghoul (*1997, Bad Soden, Germany) lives and works in Offenbach am Main. Since 2017 he studies at the HfG Offenbach in the class of Alexander Oppermann.


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