»Video as Suburban Condition«, 2007, is a compilation of videos that explores how self-publishing video websites like YouTube change how people imagine suburban places such as back yards or parking lots as settings for showing themselves to others. It was made as a contribution to the »Video as Urban Condition«.


»Untitled I (Google Sleep)«, 2005-2006, installation with photos of anonymous sleeping people. Each photo was selected from an archive of over a thousand of images of sleeping people whose photos were published on the internet and who were found by Google’s image search engine. By Martijn Hendriks.


“Darkness falls on Beroldingerstrasse 7, 79224 Umkirch” by Jason Dodge. All of the light bulbs, candles, matches and anything that makes light is taken from a house in a forest in Germany.


»Berlin Olympics 1936«, »Iwo Jima« and »Yalta Conference« taken from the series »Iconic Moments of the 20th Century« (1999) by Henry VIII’s Wives.


TV remote control” by Philippe Kindelis. The TV remote control uses the principle of water displacement and the conductive properties of water to connect different cables. It highlights principles and processes that the user can interact with. Part of the project “Order & Chaos”.


»free fotolab« (2004-ongoing) evolves from a public campaign, offering the development of 35mm films free of charge in exchange for exclusive universal image rights.


Still from »gercegin geri donusu /the return of the real« (2005). By Phil Collins.

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»You The With US«, 2005, by Sean Paul.

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»Once Upon A Time«, 2002, a sequence of 116 slide base color images streamed through a PC hard drive and rear projected onto a screen with an integrated soundtrack. By Steve McQueen.


»Clipart Abc« by Georg Schnitzer and Peter Umgeher.


»Conquest Russia !« (2007) by Olga Kisseleva.


»World News« (2002) by Claude Closky.


Dymaxion map of the Earth” by Buckminster Fuller.


»Imaginary Friends«, 2005 by Philippe Parreno.


SPAM/MAPS: World” (Spam luncheon meat) by Michael Arcega.

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»The United Kingdom of Japan«, 1999, by Layla Curtis.


»Never Neverland«, 2005 by Julien Discrit.

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»New York – Las Vegas«, 2007, by Cory Arcangel, instructs viewers on the easiest way to leave Manhattan behind and spend a weekend in Las Vegas. Using Google maps, he describes the fastest route from the Bowery to the nearest Vegas casino.


»Mediterranean Iceage«, 2007 by Aleksandra Mir.

Hans Ulrich Obrist at the European Graduate School (2004).

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“Graphite Sequencer” by Caleb Coppock. Video. Graphite conducts electricity. Two wires brush against the surface of a paper disk as it spins. The wires are connected to a simple electronic tone generator. When a line of graphite is drawn across the disk, connecting the two wires, a tone is heard.


»www.justanotherpainting.com« (2007) documents the outsourced production of a painting based on a collection of found jpgs.

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