Max Graulives and works in Berlin. His work incorporates a variety of media such as video, text, email, performance, photography, sound and printed matter. Grau’s work examines the politics of friendship, contemporary modes of communication and the emotional texture of everyday life. In this project, he will conduct a lecture performance to embody a narrative around digital connectivity and intimacy as a reflection of the increasingly blurred boundary between the private and public space occurs in online communication. His performance will take place on the 9th of May at TPG’s Public Programme, possibly between the 18:30-19:30 and will be followed by an opening night gathering.