»Talking Popcorn« is a sound sculpture that evolved out of Nina Katchadourian’s interest in language, translation, and Morse Code. A microphone in the cabinet of the popcorn machine picks up sound of popping corn, and a computer hidden in the pedestal runs a custom written program that translates the popping sounds according to the patterns and dictates of Morse Code. A computer generated voice provides a simultaneous spoken translation.
»Witness Panel (Without Traces of Failure)« shows a shotgun blast in drywall.
»Just Do It« (appr. 15.7 acres of snow) by Luke Aleckson.
Video -and soundexperiments in the context of performance, installation and cinema by billy roisz/gnu.
»Roosevelt Island Shuttle«. Bungee cord, chair, skis, steel and wood construction.Video. By Robert Hickman.
»Hobbyhorse« (2006) testride by David Moises.
»Stimmung Sarah«. Diaporama by Philippe Jarrigeon.
Circuitbent Sega Megadrive by Gijs Gieskes.
»Gang Gallery« by David Barbarino.
»Kung fu lite« by Alexander Hassenpflug.
»Muskel Saal 50« by Jonathan Mese.
“Broken Forest” by Henrik Håkansson.
»Smells Like Teen Spirit« and »Thriller« from the series »Greatest Music Videos of All Time«. MTV compiled a millenium list of top 10 greatest music videos, all of the videos from the list were digitized in their entirety and the individual frames were simplified to their mean average color, eliminating overt content. These solid-colored squares were then arranged in their original sequence and are read left-to-right, top-to-bottom. By Jason Salavon.
»Birds of prey« and »Camera Kamer« by Sema Bekirovic.
»www.lycos.com«. The idea of the »Project www« refers to the mechanisms of manipulation, affecting the seemingly free space of Internet. The author has erased and cleaned out all textual or visual content of selected web-sites, leaving behind their original graphic only. This way he confronted viewer with well known but empty visual representations, counterpointing the reality of web-sites always packed with information. By Marek Kvetan.
»G8 -The brooms« (2004) and »Save Manhattan« (2003-2004) by Mounir Fatmi.
»Models, a collection of 132 German police uniforms and how they should be worn« by Erik Kessels shown at the exhibition »Loving your pictures« at the Centraal Museum Utrecht.
»Useful Photography #002« shows a collection of anonymous ebay photography collected and edited by Hans Aarsman, Claudie de Cleen, Julian Germain, Erik Kessels and Hans van der Meer.
»Prothesen«. A video performance dealing with the topic of increasing mobility through technology and the changing behavioral patternerns of everyday life. By Christian Eisenberger and Michael Niemetz.
»Lost Boys«, Slava Mogutin’s first monograph, is a compelling collection of his portraits and landscapes taken over the past ten years – since he was exiled from Russia for “malicious hooliganism with exceptional cynicism and extreme insolence.”
“Everywhere but Nowhere” by Heassen Chung.