»Autobahnschleife (motorway loop)«, 1996, offers the driver a chance to leave the motorway at a sign-posted exit and take a 360 degree bend which loops back to the motorway, rejoining it at the point where he left.
»kurz vor fünf (shortly before five)«, 2001, combines the disciplines of film and photography, in which the 4,290 individual frames from each of several short films have been printed to form a chronologically sequenced photo-mosaic to make up one large image for each film.
»Olympic Pong«, 2003. All three projects by M+M.
“Opticart” (distorted shopping cart, moiré effect lamp) and “Nike (white)” (polystyrene) by Philip Wiegard.
“808-20B 2004″ – the 10-piece installation draws red light onto walls through laserpointers integrated into sprinkler systems. Video.
“07/13-04″ – the floor was completely covered with adhesive tape – save for a narrow strip where a lightbeam (emitted from a scanner mounted on an opposite wall) moved up-and-down the aisle. Video. By Sabina Hörtner.
“Root” and “Park” by Kristin Posehn.
“Opening Credits (New York)” and “Stand-In for a Rock’n Roll Altar” by Jacob Dyrenforth.
“La collectione y la alfombra voladora” by Antje Poppinga.
»A/S/L (Age/Sex/Location)«, 2003 (3-screen video & sound installation, with images, text and transcripts of a simulated chat room conversation) by Raqs Media Collective.
Art as a software plug-in. An interview with Peter Luining by Thomas Petersen.
»Necklace« by Ted Noten. The price of the necklace changes every day depending on the price of gold, lowest price being € 1600,00 and the highest € 2511,00.
»Beneath the Sofa« (All objects in studio-space connected to another by nylon-string) by Antonia Low.
“Untitled”, “Jerusalem, Western Wall”, “Brandenburg Gate Berlin November 9, 1989″ and “Tianamen Square Beijing China June 4, 2006″ by Daniel Josefsohn.
»Model 432001«, 2006
»Present Arms«, 2002 and
»Glory Arms – Lake Placid Blue«, 2003 by Yoshihiko Satoh.
“Work No.387″ (plywood) and “Work No.370″ (balls of various kinds dimensions variable) by Martin Creed. See also “Avalancha” by Wilfredo Prieto.
»World, Membrane and the Dismembered Body« by Seiko Mikami. The project takes place in an anechoic (echo-free) room. In this silence, you first hear the sounds inside of your body (heart and lung sounds), and then their amplified versions from audio speakers. The lag of sounds creates a gap between your mind and body. The sense of body vanishes and the fragmented senses awaken. The sounds are amplified and transformed within this space to introduce a perception-driven architecture.