“Figure 2 (Context, Past, Present, Future)”, 2009 by Falke Pisano.


“The Sun”, 2003-2007 by Matts Leiderstam. Tables, books, magnifying glass, video projection, paintings and an X-ray image on a light box.

“Db_Drawing_006”, 2007 by Davide Balliano.


»The Coming Crisis in Real-Time Environments: A Dromological Analysis« by Ronald E. Purser.

OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR; How China Got Religion by Slavoj Žižek.

geo_b_sw Kopie.jpg

Different perspective views of the Matterhorn mountain from the »Geologie des Matterhorns 3D«, 2003, a cartographic work by Peter Staub.

worldmap_bigbrother_alltogether_451x329x90.jpg worldmap_power4_451x329x90.jpg

»AMO Atlas Worldwide«, 2002, is the visual representation of existing official data to show political, economical and social trends. By AMO.


»The Public Library of American Public Library Deaccession« is a collaborative project between artists Julia Weist and Maayan Pearl. Over a two year period, the process of deaccession (withdrawing or discarding books from a collection) was researched and documented. During a period of cross-country travel, public libraries serving the cities with the highest literacy rate for each US state were visited and their de-acquisition processes recorded.


»EMF Displacement« (2006) is a room sized sculpture of an electro-magnetic field realized for Locust Projects. The project consists of modeling the Electromagnetic field generated by the FPL substation adjacent to Locust projects. On view was a 10ft. X 12ft. sculpture placed on the floor. The field calculations were translated from computer model to physical dimensions, then built using the scale of the project room as a starting point. This way, the model was entirely site specific to LP, not only in subject but also in size and construction techniques. By Nick D Lobo.

mondrian Kopie.jpg

»Mondriananalysis« 1994, is an attempt to make Mondrian more popular. In a consultation clients have their personalities analysed through birthdate-generated Mondrian pictures.


»Ready-Mades On Wheels« 1993, an attempt to make “classic” modern sculpture. By Olof Olsson.

liegr.jpg  lie2gr.jpg

“Lie detector” (camera,video system,glove,sensors,computer) – this performance measured the degree of sincerity of feelings expressed by participants (artists or visitors) about the works exhibited. Each response was analyzed by a system of sensors connected to a computer. A “beep” rang out if the participant was faking his opinion. By Olga Kisseleva.


»Tempest 1« and »Quantum 1«. These photographs are long exposures taken while playing video war games of the 80’s created by Atari, Centuri and Taito. By Rosemarie Fiore.


»Good-Time Mix Machine: Scrambler Drawings« also by Rosemarie Fiore. A connected gas generator and air compressor to buckets of paint and secured into the seats of a Scrambler amusement park ride. Once the ride is in motion, paint is sprayed out of the benches onto vinyl tarps placed underneath. The result is a series of enormous hypocycloid designs which recorded the hidden patterns created by the ride as it turned. Video.


“Frequency of use typeface” – a typeface based on each letters frequency of use in the English dictionary, letters with the same frequency are paired by colour. By Samuel Bebbington.


Proben A-K. Over a few week period of exploring the supermarkets, analysing their structure and positioning of products, Jochen Schmith staged falls on the so called hot spots. Those are often marked by the product towers and are also there to leade the streams of shoppers into the right direction. The reaction of the customers led to the creation of so called “chaoscommunities”, which were right away occupyed by trying to restore the order.