» Stevie Wonder Duets « (2007) by Oliver Laric; »I Just Called To Say I love You« by Brazucaman and dannyboi123444, »Ribbon In The Sky« by not2b4goten2002 and KaiDaArtist, »Lately« by bonix23 and BLAQDRIPPA, »Isn’t She Lovely« by nono28000 and alisha2009, »Knocks Me Off My Feet« by ADDBFL and dachampishea.


»Trio« (2006) by Risa Horowitz.


Truetype font “Self portrait as a font” – part of the series “Alternumerics” by Paul Chan. Video.


“Hail to the Chief” (mixed media with audio) and “Apache” (pvc conduit, video) by Jan Jakub Kotík.


Interactive, multiple installations made up of various locations, distant from each other, coordinated across the mobile phone network.


»Programmed machines, partial vision« (computers,cables, silicone). By Maurizio Bolognini .


Two nights of film projection as part of the exhibition Second Nature, featuring the artists : Marc Bauer, Eelco Brand, Chris Cornish, Tom Dale, Monica Duncan in collaboration with Matthew Underwood, Aleksandra Domanovic, Collectif Fact, Camille Henrot, Karen Koltrane, Margit Lukacs & Persijn Broersen, Julie Orser, and Richard T. Walker. On 29. and 30. May 2007, at Fette’s Galley.


“All Resistance is Useless” by Manuel Saiz.

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“Dance-floor memories” turning object, mixed media, 4 m diameter. On the basis of memories Nina Fischer and Maroan el Sani reconstructed the dance floor of a former youth venue of the Palast der Republik, Berlin Mitte. This reconstruction preceded a number of interviews with previous visitors of this youth club whose memories were all different.


“100 unique superstars for Yokohama” – 100 individualized Adidas Superstars.



“The Wohnseifer”. Works by Johannes Wohnseifer.


»Untitled (Wrestlers I)« 2004 and

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detail from the »Elemental« installation by Ala Ebtekar.

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»Handmade shoes« 2004 by Patrice Gaillard et Claude.


»Precarious home«, 2007 by Giancarlo Norese.


»NightLife« 2004, is a nocturnal light and sound installation exhibited at The Museum of Garden History, St. Mary’s Church in Westminster, London. The work consists of a sound track and two remote controlled spotlights illuminating the graves between the church/museum and a public walkway. Once activated the lights sweep across the graves, criss-crossing in sync to the opening chords of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”. By Lynne Marsh.

Slavoj Žižek: »Why Only an Atheist Can Believe« (2006).


www.thankyouandywarhol.com, 2007 by Miltos Manetas.


»Carpet In Carpet« by Guthrie Lonergan.


»Static«, 2006 (DVD or high definition video of found images of simulated television static) by Paul Slocum.


“Cadillac Ranch”, 1974 by Ant Farm. Video “Cadillac Ranch Show“.


Federal Studio.


“Park View Hotel” by Ashok Sukumaran. Using specially-built pointing devices, audiences in the park can access interior hotel spaces, by “pinging” them optically. Once found and hit (two different modes on the scope) the interiors release their properties into a wireless network… the color of the interior propagates stochastically, leaking out of the building skin, jumping across the street, and entering some street-lights in the park below.

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