»If We Can Do This We Can Do Anything (prototype no. 3)«. Jerome Harrington has designed a communal weight lifting device usable by four individuals at one time. It has been developed with the aim of encouraging group co-operation and forging new relationships between individuals.
“Mass Production Pencils”, transforming the functional use of a pencil into a creative tool by using it to make mass-produced prints, mimicking an assembly line. By Stuart White.
The “Tantamounter 24/7” is like a huge xerox copy machine, only bigger, more complex and more clever. Gelitin
“Helix” – Helix circles template and found objects. By Ceal Floyer.
“Smile Your Activities”,”The Singing Bush” and “Vacuum Dada” by William Hundley.
»Chris« (1994) taken from the series »Dystopia« and
»Still-Life #2« (1996) taken from the series »Plasmorphica« by Aziz + Cucher.
“Silent Landscape” and
“Sweet Life” by Anne Wenzel.
“Ein Tag im Kindergarten”, “Biology after math” and “No happiness outside the group” by Andrea Dojmi.
»Death to Everyone« (2006) by Lars Eijssen.
»Love Aktion Machine« by Lars Eijssen, Mark Bain and Anuschka Blommers. Record sleeves by Experimental Jetset.
Mep’Yuk is the product of the transformation – into a medial dimension – of a spatial infrastructure found all over the world.
»Symbols 1« and »Symbols 2«, 2006. From the series »Tresholds And Gaps«.
»On-Site-Art, Schulhaus Bachtobel Zuerich«, 2002. by Istvan Balogh.
»Portugal-Greece, Final Match 2004« taken from the series »Football Drawings« that show the ball movements during a soccer game as viewed from above.
»Bubbles Fragment Orange« (2006) by Susken Rosenthal.
The movement of light through a window from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. “10to5″ by Plinio Avila.
»Carnot’s Refrigerator« (2004) and »Plumbing Intervention« (2003) by Marcus Ahlers.
Pictures of the series “Malermeister” and “Manual Speculation” by Hervé Garcia.
“Ballonnenveld” by Martijn Tellinga. An installation that displays a sounding and vibrating body of helium-filled balloons. The balloons function as resonance-chambers for a trimmed spectrum of sine-waves that are fed through strings, connecting the balloons with double-coned carspeaker-elements. Each balloon holds its own resonance-frequency that changes over time as a result of varying temperature in the space, amount of helium in the balloon (decreasing over time) and length of the string.