Kjell Bjorgeengen/Aernoudt Jacobs“, 2006.


»Cérémonie«, 2007, a 1 meter wide chocolat box in the form and presented as a funeral crown. By Mathis Collins.


»Happy Trails Supersized (from Parade Float Graveyard)«, 2004-2005 by Amy O’neill.


“Time After Time: Blow Up No. 3”, 2007 by Ori Gersht.


Instructions for making the “Ecolo” flower-vase, 1995 by Enzo Mari.



Photographs by Kristina Lenard.


“Battlefield #29/Welcome”, 2007


“Battlefield #37/Focus”, 2008. Living sculpture, 20 persons as viewer/audience stand up from 12-20h. The real viewer join the group and belong to the sculpture.


“Real time keyword”, 2007. A LED screen prompting text generated by the Lycos Voyeur site that is able to display, in real time, all the keywords typed by people searching the web through Lycos search engine. Projects by Jérôme Leuba.

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»Place Of Living«, 2008, is an audio-visual system which starts up with the interaction between 16 sources laser light, a computer in communication with the system of optical sensors and the x visitor whose movement activates the sound and establishes one, from the limitless range of possible and always new, temporary transformations/variations of the “place”. By Tanja Perišić.


“Palette”, 2007 (objet trouvé made out of mahogany, restored) and


“Printer” from the series “Stand by”, 2003 by Alicja Kwade.

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»Filmspace«, 2006-2007, is a series of stills from movies placed and montaged together to produce a new space. By Dennis Neuschaefer-Rube.


»Paris was Yesterday« (2007) curated by Hanne Mugaas.

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»Records Played Backwards« (2008) curated by Daniel Baumann.


»Playlist« (2004) curated by Nicolas Bourriaud.


»The New Normal« (2008) curated by Michael Connor.

“You could really say these are also exhibitions. These are exhibitions which are not material, but which are more virtual, virtual in the sense of them always being able to be reactualized. They can be revisited and reactualized and updated, and they are also not related to a place. The exhibition can go to where the viewer is. Anybody in the world can download these formulas and pin them on the wall, or they can do their own and trigger their own formulas. We are in the very early days of understanding how the Internet can be used for exhibitions. For instance, there was Do It, where with e-flux.com, we developed an online project, where anybody who sees the instructions online can download them and can then send their feedback. They can send a photograph of their interpretation. And then, all of a sudden, we have many different possible interpretations of an artwork. It is the very early days, but I see a great potential for these digital exhibitions for my curatorial work in the next years.”

»A RULE OF THE GAME« (2008). A Talk With Hans Ulrich Obrist.

»Nato Thompson Interview« (2004).


»Hottest To Coldest«, 2008, is a website that continuously arranges a list of all the worlds national capitals according to their current air temperature.
By Aleksandra Domanovic.


»Amateur Bodybuilder Gradient«, 2007,

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»Disaster«, 2007 by Dafna Maimon.


Flipped clock“, 2008 by Thomson & Craighead.

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From the series “For Art’s sake” by Daniëlle van Ark.

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