“The Gate”, 2012 by Mandla Reuter. Boulder, plastic bag, remote control, various items.

“Conjs”, 2011 by Ricardo Basbaum. Iron, fabric, vinyl and audio.

Detail from “Full Frontal Nudity”, 2011 by Rolf Nowotny.

Detail from “Decoy”, 2011 by Eva Grubinger.

»Apprehension Table #1 (wall)«, 2008 by Matheus Rocha Pitta.

“Untitled (flat tambourine logarythm manual, snare drum, hi hat and bottle top, floor tom / bottle top, Mikrofonspinne)”, 2012 by Michael Gumhold. Tripods, wood, canvas, springs, paint, parts of drum kit, cooking pot, lid, crown caps, mirror folie, wood, recordplayer, varnish, book, aluminium, recording studio tripod, screws, cucumber.

»Un-rest«, 2010 by Valeska Soares.

“The Shell Home”, 2011 by Mandla Reuter. Video, flat screen monitor.

“Neon Traces”, 2009 by Anton Ginzburg.

“The thing as distance”, 2012 by Anna Sagstrom. String, dye, glass, enamel, copper string.

»If You Leave, Walk Out Backwards, So I’ll Think You’re Walking In«, 2012. A site-specific sound installation by Hannah Weinberger.

“No Great Discovery Was Ever Made Without a Bold Guess (Time Machine)”, 2012 by Gabriele De Santis. Electric torch, crystal object, wood plinth.

“Popular commotion”, 2011 by Nathan Peter. Bitumen lacquer, enamel, canvas, tape and aluminum.

»Principe d’Economie II«, 2005, loaves of 2 kilos imported sugar from Morocco, by Latifa Echakhch.

»Do It Yourself Bauhaus«, 2009 by Christine Hill.

»Eldfell«, 2006 (copper) by Micol Assaël.

»Before the Law«, 2011 by Phyllida Barlow.

I Asked My Friends To Describe An Artwork To Me“, 2008 by Petra Feriancova.

Installation “Place for a Viewer”, 2009 by Dominik Lang.

“Display for Images With Their Own Shadows at Museum of Modern Art, Ljubljana”, 2010 and “Display for Images With Their Own Shadows at Metro Pictures Gallery, New York”, 2009 by David Maljković.

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