“Blakam”, 2010 by Nicolas Party. Acrylic on stone.

“The Wealth of Nations: an attempt to remove every copy from every Glasgow library”, 2010 by Katie McCain.

“A New Stance”, 2010 by Nick Evans. Fibre reinforced plaster, wood, screenprinted board.

“The World Cracked Open”, 2010 by Rosalind Nashashibi. Reproduction of David Hockney’s Rapunzel Rapunzel, Let Down Your Hair (1969), horse hood.


“Left Right Left Right”, 2010 by Karla Black. Compost, top soil, red building sand, golden hoggin gravel, hairspray, polystrene, spray paint.


“Every Phrase and Every Sentence is an End and a Beginning”, 2009 by Lorna Macintyre. Copper pipe.


“Love is Most Nearly Itself When The Here and Now Cease to Matter”, 2010 by Lorna Macintyre.


“Stones”, 2010 by Laura Aldridge.


“Principals Of Admitting”, 2009 by Karla Black. Plaster powder, powder paint, sugar paper, spray tan, chalk, concealer stick.

“Plaza”, 2005 by Jim Lambie. Enamel paint and plastic bags.

»Opportunities For Girls«, 2006 by Karla Black.

“Waiting in 1972”, 2007 (Pencil, paper) and “What About 2007?(2a-c)”, 2007 by Kate Davis.


From “Rhetoric Works & Vanity Works & Other Works” by Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan.


»Self Portrait as a Pataphysical Object« (2006) by Torsten Lauschmann.

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“An electric cupboard used as a temporary desk, version 1-4” from the series “Adaptation” by Sans façon.


»Camouflage Church« (2006)


»There Will Be No Miracles Here« 2006


»The Lamp of Sacrifice« (286 Places of Worship, Edinburgh 2004) by Nathan Coley.


»Berlin Olympics 1936«, »Iwo Jima« and »Yalta Conference« taken from the series »Iconic Moments of the 20th Century« (1999) by Henry VIII’s Wives.


»free fotolab« (2004-ongoing) evolves from a public campaign, offering the development of 35mm films free of charge in exchange for exclusive universal image rights.


Still from »gercegin geri donusu /the return of the real« (2005). By Phil Collins.

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“783.6 cm to 783.83 cm at 70°C” by Ben Woodeson. An induction coil is built around a pillar, as an electrical current is passed, the pillar expands in both width and length as it’s temperature rises to 70°C.


Installation “Mental Oyster” by Jim Lambie.

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