“Untitled”, 2011 by Nate Boyce.


“Kiss the Girls: Make Them Cry”, 1979 by Dara Birnbaum.


»The Earth’s Tarry Dreams of Insurrection Against the Sun«, 2010 by Bernadette Corporation.


Untitled“, 2010 by Adam Thompson. Found video transferred to DVD, display monitor.

“Video Landscape (flowerpot)”, 1974 by Ernst Caramelle.

“Position actuelle de l’idéalisme”, 2007-2008 by Etienne Chambaud and Benoît Maire.
Wooden raft, argos marker, world map.


Installation view of “Passé Immédiat”, 2007 by Christian Philipp Müller. About 600 outdated computers, monitors, keyboards, printers… (partly running).

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»Untitled«, 2008, by Anouk Kruithof.

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»A Forest«, 2004, a pine tree growing inside a functioning computer. By Juneau Projects.


“Telefunken anti”, 2004 by Carsten Nicolai.

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» Objects Of Desire «, 2005-2008 by Carlos Katastrofsky . A numbered, but unsigned set of sentences which disappears from the screen as soon as the next set is automatically displayed allows the visitor to be the owner of a unique work of art, but only as long as he/she keeps it in mind.


»Untitled« (2007),


»Perfect Lover« (2007) by Jordan Wolfson.


“Untitled Rhythm Machine” by Andreas Berlinger.




»M«, 1992 (photographed pinball high scores on three different continents) by Marko Vuokola.


»Morphotransformations«, 2006 and

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»Optoshaker«, 2006, examines the technical process of image-presentation of thermionic monitors by making the skull vibrate, and thus the eye of the observer. Through interferences between the frequency of the monitor‘s image structure and the vibrations of the eye the presented freeze image changes. By Daniel Hafner.


»60 Minutes in the head of Gabriel«, 1996 by Gabriel Kousbroek.


»TV Buddha«, 1974 by Nam June Paik.


A fast rotatign LCD-monitor generates three dimensional phantom images which can be observed from all sides, without the aid of special glasses or the like. The image shown is a simple vector movie based on the novel »Flatlands« by E. A. Abbot, in which a square living in a two dimensional world receives a visit from a ball. This Spatial Vision Device is called »Hanoscop« in tribute to an inventor, Mr. Hanisch, who patented a machine based on similar principles in 1966


»The Flying Carpet« is a hovercraft powered by a leafblower.


The propeller of a marine outboard engine has been replaced by wheels, which make the »Independent Trailer« an autonomous vehicle.


»Spleen« is a freeze-frame explosion, an autopsy on motor and chassis that encapsulates the utopian fantasy of the overhauled scooter, driving off into the sunset.


»Das Schaukelhaus«.


A »Bonanzarad« has this name only in German speaking Europe. Teenagers, who invented it in the 60s in Long Beach and built it out of junk, never had the intention of constructing something faster or better than existing bikes, rather it was a pre-teen, Pop era status symbol. The many details and saddle seat evoked the feeling of riding a horse or an Easy Rider motorcycle. A playing card mounted in the wheel spokes created a motor-like noise, just as here, the chainsaw is used constructively. Through an alteration to the chain on the rear wheel, the vision is obtained, and the Wannabe‘s dream is realized…


By pedaling, electricity is generated that powers the motor for an electric wheelchair, that makes the »Healed Home Exercise Bike« move. The tachometer indicates the phantom-speed.


By controlling the suction of 35 burning cigarettes the »Cigarette Display« device can display simple graphics, letters and symbols. All projects by David Moises.


»Wide Boy« by Craig Fisher.


»H.A.L.« and further work from Craig Fisher’s »Misdemeanours« show at Rokeby Gallery.

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Scott Arford uses old vacuum-tube monitors to create audiovisual installations such as static room.

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