»la clé«, 1988 by Sheila Hicks.

“Pole”, 2010 by Morag Keil.


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


»371 Grand«, 2006 (Five cast alloy keys from Reena Spaulings Fine Art, New York made using the method of key duplication deployed by the F.B.I.) by Claire Fontaine.


“The Visual Topography of a Generation Gap ( I, II, III)” by Daniel Bejar. This video installation consists of a set of keys and a video. Each set of keys began with an original key. A copy was made from each original key, then a copy was made from that copy. This process was repeated until the original keys information was destroyed, resulting in the topography of a generation.


»Sans titre«, 2007 (copy of keys made out of glass) by Taysir Batniji.


»Artist Keys Car«, 2005. A performance by Mark McGowan wandering the streets of South East London and randomly keying cars.


»Artist Eats Fox«, 2004. In a private at home performance, Mark McGowan ate a fox which caused widespread controversy. He said that he was trying to bring to the attention of people the plight of crackheads. Stating that a million people marched for foxes and a million people marched against foxes, but what about the crackheads who is going to march for them. He described the roast fox, as quite tasty, although he admitted to nearly vomiting at times.