»Street Market«, 2000 by Todd James, Steve Powers and Barry McGee.

»My Belgrade« a project by Boris Kralj.

»CONFRONTO«, 2008 by Cinthia Marcelle.

»devils bridge«, 2009 by Ebbe Stub Wittrup.

» Crème de la Crème«, 2008 by Fatmir Mustafa.


»Love Me, Love Me Not: Changed Names«, 2010, a book by Slavs and Tatars with a selection of 150 cities within the artists Eurasian remits, that were renamed throughout history.


“Freeze”, 2003 by Nevin Aladag.


“Out of disorder” by Takahiro Iwasaki.


“Sonicity”, 2008-2009 by Stanza.


“Honey Neustadt”, 2006 by Hoefner and Sachs.

“The Marble City”, “The Mountain City” and “The Granite City” from the series “Cities”, 2008 by Andreas Fogarasi. Pencil on paper.

»Orbite Rosse (Red Orbits)«, 2009 by Grazia Toderi.

Tacet” 2009, by Ulla Rauter.

»Survival«, 2008 an installation with oceanic life jackets on 16 monuments throughout the city of São Paulo by Eduardo Srur.


»Multiplies«, 2007 by Nobuhiro Fukui.


»Fragments from the Edge of Los Angeles (detail 1)«, 2001,

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Preliminary image for »The Triumph of Democracy«, 2008,


»ether machine«, 2007,


»www.automaticcity.com«, 2007 by Benjamin Edwards.


»Green River«, 1998 – 2000, (unannounced dumping of nontoxic green dye into rivers in four cities around the world: Los Angeles, Stockholm, Bremen and Moss). By Olafur Eliasson.

“In the 1960s and 70s capitalism was subject to criticism by conceptual artists like Hans Haacke, Claes Oldenburg, etc. Ironically, critical works from this period are now found in corporate art collections…”

From »On The Prowl« by Miriam Steinhauser.

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»HQ/Cut-Out Munich IV«, 2006, »HQ/Cut-Out London IV«, 2006 and

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»Model Headquarter Vavey«, 2006 by Miriam Steinhauser.


»The evolution of street trade« from the »Wild City / Genetics of Uncontrolled Urban Processes« a research into non-planned and barely regulated processes of urban transformations. By examining the city of Belgrade, over the past decade in the wake of the Balkan conflicts, a new physical layer of the contemporary city has been discovered and explored. Its wild topology has developed in opposition to a centralised, directed process of growth. A collaborative project by Ana Dzokic, Milica Topalovic, Marc Neelen and Ivan Kucina.


»Save Manhattan 03« by Mounir Fatmi.

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