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“Fake flowers going bad” and


” ..boyz rule..” (in collaboration with A. Kruithof) by Jaap Scheeren.


In the installation »Infinite Loop« (2004) a camera is rotated on its side and pointed into a television at close proximity. The camera feeds the image of pixels on the screen back into the TV’s audio and video inputs. The auto focus and auto exposure struggle to gain some coherence expected in an image, but cannot. The result is a fluctuating, oscillating signal.


In »Thaw« (2004) an empty swimming pool, a large mass of black, volcanic, basalt street bricks is interlaced with bricks of white ice. The cube will fall prey to entropy over the course of approximately 8 hours. The ice bricks fuse together and hold on to the bricks as long as possible, causing the structure to warp and sway pendulously before collapse. The brick cube rests on a steel table and hovers over a mirror, which floats above the floor. The mirror has microphones attached to it, which pick up the stochastic dripping of water and is amplified in the space, counting off the time between collapses. Both projects by Chris Musgrave.


“Whispered Art History” by Robert Filliou. Mp3.


Keith Farquhar.


How one could walk with a lemon. “Complication of the Everyday” by David Adamo and Michael Portnoy.  Video.


»10 yards of…« is a series of small gardens and forests placed in recycled refuse dumpsters. »10 yards« refers to the payload capacity of each dumpster. Once constructed, these gardens can be installed with relative ease in any urban location; just as easily, they can be picked up by truck and moved to a new location. By Michael Bernstein.

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Film stills from »Teenage Geography« by Mike Paré.


“Flying Machine #4″ by Ed Osborn.


13 rokakko (Japanese battle dragons) featuring portraits of 13 European leaders of right wing parties, being held by performers wearing parliamentary clothing. Performed at Heldenplatz in Vienna, where Hitler held his very first speech. The following leaders were portrayed in 2000: Christopher Blocher, Istvan Csurka, Gianfranco Fini, Gerhard Frey, Mogens Glistrup, Carl I. Hagen, Jörg Haider, Frank Van Hecke, Alexander Lebed, Jean-Marie Le Pen, Miroslav Sládek, Jân Slota and Cornelius Vadim Tudor. Project realised by Anne-Britt Rage in collaboration with Heribert Schiedel.


»Brücke« and »Treppe« (both made from wood, cardboard, newsprint and paint) by Anja Kempe.


»The Celebrity Series«. PDA drawings from Kelly Mark, Thomas Demand, Germaine Koh… Going to art openings and benefit events, Mike Patten meets with well-known artists in the visual arts scene. Once introduced, Patten takes out a small pocket computer, a Palm-type PDA, makes a quick demonstration, then, with explanations out of the way, asks the artist to improvise a small drawing on the device.


»Roue de bicyclette« by Bold Inc.


“Readymade Recycled”. Marcel Duchamp homage, a re-interpretation of his first readymade, Bicycle Wheel, 1913. The bicycle wheel has been replaced with a light fitting, to make an adjustable reading lamp or bedside table that incorporates a surface for a book and a glass of water or wine.


“ChipChopSliceServe”. Chopping / serving platter which, after cheese, doubles up as ping pong bat. Projects by Michael Marriott.


»Sundays« by Esme Valk shows 11 dancers performing a polonaise in costumes created from used mattress fabrics.


»Projection Sphere with Mural (European)«. By Ara Peterson.


“Them”. They are Them. They are made from recovered clothes, collected from lonely places – woodland, wasteland, car parks. By Danny Treacy.


»Van de hoge« is a temporary installation in the terrain of the Royal Military Academy in Breda/Netherlands. Three diving boards are mounted to the building in which the soldiers are housed. The boards (in national colours) face the pavement of the exercise area. By Matthijs Bosman.


Maxime Matray.


“Nest” by Rahel Hegnauer.


Sound track generated from sounds of a defective hard disk. A sensor is placed on the hard disk that records sounds like vibrations. By Gregory Chatonsky. MP3.

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