“Morphotheque #13″ – objects transformed by etching and galvanization – by driessens&verstappen.


“Inventory” by Carey Young. The artist was weighed on June 27 2007, the date on which this art work was commissioned. In consultation with two scientists, Dr. John Emsley (University of Cambridge) and Dr. Ilya Eigenbrot (Imperial College London), calculations were made as to the mass and current market value of each chemical element present in the artist’s body at the time of weighing. The total market value of these elements (expressed as a graphic on the wall) plus a print of the calculation data constitute the form of this piece. The calculated market value also represents the initial sale price of this piece.


“Crema” – Nezaket Ekici turns fluidly cream to butter. Duration of the performance: 20 min.

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Enough Rope – wooden table, fruit copper, zinc, wires, motors and cutting tools. By Jo Coupe.

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Natural Body Water. Throughout the year 2002–2003 Tavares Strachan collected all of his urine, distilled it, purified it, and bottled it for consumption. The custom bottle label includes all nutritional information.


Survival Kit, Multiple (Edition of 35). This kit consists of hand blown glass elements, metal instruments, and instructions for turning one’s own urine into purified drinking water.


The Problem of One Thing Existing Simultaneously. For this work Strachan duplicated an arbitrarily broken beer bottle piece-by-piece, transforming bits of trash into remnants of displaced matter and time. He used a found broken Budweiser beer bottle as a template to laser cut a duplicate broken bottle piece which rest side by side with the original.

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“Water Flame” by Jeppe Hein. Pump, gas, watertank.