A glass shelf (10x15feet) filled with crystal glass objects was crashed down a set of stairs.
In a collaboration with the ensemble für neue musik zürich, the recorded soundscape was transscribed into a composition and performed at the Center d’art Contemporain in Geneva. Reality Hacking #202 by Peter Regli.
Electronic sounds combined with rough unprocessed voices, sung by common Ukrainian people: Zavoloka.
“Lamp to be smashedby the 100th visitor.”,
“Objets oubliés – Arrangements télépathiques” and
“Ugly lamp covered by garbage bag” by Markus Sixay. Pdf.
»Working Hard at Keeping Things Inefficient« by Andrew Kleindolph.
For the installation Enterraum, the artist-trio (Collectif-Fact) photographed details of the architecture. They then isolated the spatial elements and hung the individual pictorial planes one behind the other in the room.
Loading, Reliefs, Bubblecars and other video installations by Collectif-Fact.
Sound recordings from the inside of the nuclear powerplant Barsebäck: Requiem for Barsebäck by Jacob Kirkegaard and Tobias Kirstein.
“Vacuum Cleaners” by Werner Schrödl.
100 Trophies. By Reuben Lorch-Miller.
Letter to Sophie Calle.
Letter to Miuccia Prada. By Josh Greene.
Self-portrait with the Prosecutor Jeffrey Nice, 2003 and Self-portrait in White Shirt, 2002. During two years, Ivan Grubanov was frequently part of the severely limited audience in the trial to Slobodan Milosevic at the International Tribunal in The Hague.
Visitor series, 2002-3. Although he did not have the required authorization, he was successful evading surveillance cameras and other security measures as to make over two hundred drawings of the hearings, accompanied with short phrases that he wrote down, taken from the oral proceedings.
Live Cover for the web magazine Shift by Hudson-Powell.
»At the speed« by Tommy Stockel.
Photographic prints of video recordings.
Mixed media, video outfits by LoVid.
“Lux_it” by Alex Estadieu.
Bird House by Antoine Vauthey & Augustin Scott de Martinville.