»Breast Forms Permutated«, 1972 by Martha Wilson.

»80:20«, 2011, mural on the facade of the Romanian Pavilion in Venice, by Anetta Mona Chisa & Lucia Tkácová.

»In/Out List Spring 2008«, 2008 by Chris Moukarbel.

»Lost Kingdom of Navin«, 2009 by Navin Rawanchaiku.


Materialranking I“, 2009 by Jonas Etter.


»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.


“NOW I (Africa-Series) | WV 2009-156 bis 157 Gesamtansicht”, 2009 by Jorinde Voigt.

“Almost Every City in the World”, 2005 by Mike Bouchet. Book and video. A list of almost every city, town, village, or named living location in the world. The list has approximately 2,800,000 entries. The video displays the alphabetically listed names and has a total running time of over 500 hours. The book is a printed version of this list. It has over 30,000 pages.

»Best of 2000«, 2002, every adjective used to describe artists and their work in Artforum’s “Best of 2000″, by Jennifer Dalton.

Detail from “Code Names“, 2005 by Trevor Paglen. “Code Names” is a list of words, phrases, and terms that designate active military programs whose existence or purpose is classified.

»I love you to the moon and back«, 2001 is a large-scale poster work in two parts – a pair of handwritten inlay cards from home-made compilation tapes that the artists made for each other. By Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard.

»lectures quotidiennes«, 2008 by Claude Closky.

A frog. 19 days ago
A fox. 19 days ago
Racoons. 20 days ago
A fawn. 25 days ago
Fuzzy caterpillar. 25 days ago
A snake. 25 days ago
Must have been a bald eagle yesterday. 33 days ago
Maybe an eagle. 34 days ago
A little fox. 36 days ago
A bat. 39 days ago

»All The Animals I’ve Seen in Upstate New York This Summer« by David Horvitz.


»Athens Tower (Tenants Lists 1974-2004)«, 2004 by Vangelis Vlahos.


Everything I’ve Ever Wanted to Know“, 2007 by Martine Syms.


»Hottest To Coldest«, 2008, is a website that continuously arranges a list of all the worlds national capitals according to their current air temperature.
By Aleksandra Domanovic.

»Semiotics of the Kitchen«, 1975 by Martha Rosler.


»Sentence No. 2 Which Consists of 1007 Palindromic Coined Words«, 2003, by Hideki Nakazawa.

»A Topology Of Synthetic Pleasure« by Paul O’Neil.


»402 Computer E-Books« by Charles Broskoski.