Excerpt from »Water Pulu 1869 1896«, 1988 by Ivan Ladislav Galeta.

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»HARD FLIP NOODLE«, 2010 and »PLAY-R GRIP«, 2010 from »A vs B«, a collaboration between Anne de Vries and Billy Rennekamp.


Photograph from »Aktion«, 1965 by Rudolf Schwarzkogler.

»Untitled (26.5km gaffa tape), 2009 by Matt Bryans.  

“Mirror Abstraction”, 2005 by Carol Bove. Antique crystal ball, gold chain, bronze screws.

“g”, 2008 by Jack Strange. Lead ball, laptop.

“Giant Tinfoil Ball”, 2009 by Emily Keegin.

»There Are No Perfect Games«, 2008 by Pravdoliub Ivanov.

»Turk Truck Truque«, 2005-06 by Hüseyin Alptekin.

»Tread-Wheel« and »Inverting Sucktion« by Sam Zealey.


»Magic 8-Ball Icosahedral Die«, 2008,


»3d California Flag«, 2008 (made with models from 3d warehouse) by Guthrie Lonergan.


“A sheet of paper on which I was about to draw, as it slipped from my table and fell to the floor”, 2008 by Ryan Gander. Installation of one hundred 15cm crystal balls, each laser-etched inside with a suspended image of a sheet of paper.

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“Lampada Taraxacum Modificata”, 2008 (“Taraxacum” by Achille Castiglioni, energy-saving LED light bulbs, solar panels) by Tue Greenfort.


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


»Circle in circle«, 2006, cast chocolate with fiberglass, motor, chain, 61 cm diameter.


»We joked that under the paving slabs there was gold«, 2001, CD Rom and Poster on canvas. By Kelley Walker.


Remake of »Restless Ball by Coop Himmelb(l)au, 1971«, 2002 by Tilo Schulz.

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Images from »Are you coming or going, around?« by Angela Bulloch.


Sculpture by Peter Sandbichler.


»Stygian Eye« comprises a clear plastic ball, a compact disc and an LCD screen taken from a handheld TV. As the viewer approaches the object and peers into the ball, video showing an animation of a scientific study of a flying horse glows from the below screen. By Andrew Cooke and C505.

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»Three Ball Total Equilibrium Tank« by Jeff Koonst and »Methamphetamine« by Damien Horst from the »Saetchi Collection« by Nika Oblak and Primoz Novak.


»Smartist« is a independent mobile robot that replaces an artist. It lives in the exhibition area where it moves freely and and occasionally writes the signatures of Nika Oblak and Primoz Novak on the gallery floor.

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