“50/50”, 2007 by Gavin Turk.

»The Inflatable Head of Columbus«, 2006 parodies a failed Christopher Columbus monument in Puerto Rico. The statue, designed by Russian artist Zurab Tsereteli, was rejected by several U.S. cities before arriving in Cataño, Puerto Rico, costing the towns millions of dollars in shipping alone. However, finances collapsed, the Mayor of Cataño (Edwin “el Amolao” Sierra) resigned for psychological reasons and the controversial project was never erected. Today, Columbus lies fragmented in thousands of pieces of bronze, deteriorating in an outdoor lot next to the Bacardi Factory in Cataño. The only recognizable feature of the statue had been the giant Head. To commemorate the 500-year anniversary of the Death of Christopher Columbus (May 20, 2006), Miguel Luciano installed an inflatable replica in the Plaza Colón (Columbus Plaza) of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.

“Alle Autos, die zu mir passen würden (Wheel)”, 2002 by Plamen Dejanoff.

»(GOLD) FOUNTAIN LKW«, 2003 by Sylvie Fleury.

»Zbogom Crkvi! (Good-bye to church!)«, 2006, street campaign with hand-out stickers by Škart.

“Use it for what it’s used for (prototype)”, 2009,

“Afognak Abstract #2”, 2009 and “Afognak Abstract #1”, 2009 by Oscar Tuazon.

“Untitled”, 2004 by Manuel Gorkiewicz.

“Primary Colors Flashed at White”, 2008 by Talia Chetrit.

»Monument to the Unknown Washerwoman«, 2005 by Pravdoliub Ivanov.

“Microphones”, 2008 by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer.

“Untitled”, 2006 by Justin Beal.

»Standard Agreement Form«, 1971-02-24 drafted by Seth Siegelaub and Bob Projansky.

»Variations on an homogeneous landscape«, 2006 by Milena Bonilla.

»Born to be burnt«, 2009, incense stick by Mircea Cantor.

“On Forest floor”, 2006 and

“Plant stress study”, 2006 by Sanna Kannisto.

“Untitled (The Artist at Work) #14”, 2004 from the series “The Artist at Work” by Klaus Scherübel.

“Anomalies” by Mårten Lange.

Auditions for a Revolution“, 2006 by Irina Botea. Video.

»Rooftop Routine«, 2007 by Christian Jankowski.

»Death In Dallas«, 2001 by Zoran Naskovski. A video installation, which sets newsreel footage of John F. Kennedy’s life and assassination with a mournful ballad about the tragedy sung to the accompaniment by the sounds of an ancient one-stringed instrument known a gusle. The inspiration for the piece was an unsettling audio recording, bearing the same title, which Naskovski found at a neighbourhood flea market in Serbia.

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