»Es ist nur eine Frage der Zeit«, 1992 by Felix Gonzalez-Torres.

Exhibition “Central Symmetrical Rotation Movement – Three Installations, two films”, 2008 by Paul McCarthy. Video.

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»Waste Man«, 2006, was made over a six-week period at the end of summer 2006 out of about 30 tonnes of waste materials that had been gathered by the Thanet waste disposal services and by local people, and deposited in Dreamland, the area of Margate next to the sea and close to the station that had traditionally been the site of a vast funfair. The piece burnt in 32 minutes, sending showers of sparks over the crowd of spectators. By Antony Gormley.


“Untitled (The Other Side of the Truth)”, 2008 and “Untitled (Conserning Bingoism and Gravity),” 2008 from the series “Reconsidering Everything (again)” by Torben Ribe.


World’s largest signed and numbered limited edition artwork. In September 2002, ten artists gathered at the Whitechapel gallery to create the largest signed and numbered limited edition artwork of one million. Video.


A stillframe from Wood, a video by Sean Rogg. In certain parts of rural Sweden an old traditional law still stands. If a child under the age of 18 commits a serious offence and is convicted of the crime, he or she is not sent to a correctional facility. Instead, state firemen show up at the child’s home and ceremonially burn the house to the ground. It is hoped that by being made an example of, other parents will keep control of their children’s behaivour. The system seems to work as a house is only burned once every 12 to 15 years.