From “Royal Caribbean Cruise Line“, 2006-2007 by Luis Molina-Pantin.

From the series “A Cage Went in Search of a Bird” by Sreshta Rit Premnath.

»I considered the title of this work but it never come up. Following things could be related to the title. 1) I love to go out from the exhibition space because of BankART facing the sea. 2)There are so many trashes which some artists made and showed as art work before in BankART. 3) I want to make a raft using those trashes. 4) I think it’s not a question that the raft float on water or not but it’s good to be floating there.«, 2007 by Koki Tanaka.

»Under Discussion«, 2005 by Jennifer Allora & Guillermo Calzadilla.

»Rwanda«, 2008 by Cornrow Rider.

»Schiff #18«, 2008 by Dirk Brömmel.

»Untitled White Ship«, 2008 by CORNROW RIDER.

In »Shipped Ships«, 2001 by Ayse Erkmen, three ferries from Shingu (Japan), Istanbul (Turkey) and Venice (Italy) were shipped to Frankfurt, Germany, where they remained for four weeks with their original crews and provided the public with ferry service on the Main River.


From the 1st until the 31st of July, Lenka Clayton and James Price will be travelling the 1247 kilometres between the village of James, France and the village of Lenka, Slovakia by bicycle, train and boat.

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“Cleaned Object: The Truck”, tape on truck and “The Burakumaru’s Odyssey – Sonia” by Olivier Blanckart.


»Tiger Stealth« by Peter Sandbichler and Knowbotic Research is a re-engeneering and re-enactment of a stealthboat as shown in a Tamil Tiger propaganda video footage. The Tamil Tiger video footage was found on internet sites of private analysts of clandestine weapon systems. The boat, as supposedly financed by North Korea, shows the heroization of an attack boat patrolling river banks. The reconstructed boat was built using radar absorbing materials and powered by a simple electric motor. It succeeded in escaping radars as the stealth archetype.


In Search of the Miraculous“, Bas Jan Ader set sail from Cape Cod on the 9th of July 1975.