Der Versuch unter Hypnose abstrakt zu sein”, 2009 by Michael Müller.

“#1(Portrait)” from “iSightExperiments”, 2009 by Chris Collins. Video.

»Chrono 23-24«, 2009 (100×100 cm), by LAb[au].

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»Urtica«, 2004, by Davide Balula.


»Primrose Boulevard«, 2007 by Malte Lochstedt.


Dymaxion map of the Earth” by Buckminster Fuller.


Installation/performance “Living in the Microcosmos” by Emmeline de Mooij.

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“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.


In the work Connecting, Victoria Skogsberg recreates a popular ‘psi’ experiment that tests the possibility of receiving messages from the subconscious. In the ‘real’ experiment the ‘receiver’ is situated in a sound proof room, seated on a comfortable reclining chair wearing headphones and large black glasses. White noise is played continually through the headphones and the glasses, equipped with stroboscopic lights, are programmed to emit red flashes into the eyes which allow the body to relax. Skogsberg’s re-creation contains similar props to the real experiment but takes place in what seems like a domestic environment excluding the apparatus and technical equipment we would assume to belong in such a place. Her image suggests that with the right state of mind and a few simple tools it may be possible for anyone to connect to a higher realm.


Ceramic Sphere, Human Hair, Cables, High Voltage Generator. “Tension Thing” by Judith Fegerl. Video.