“Sculpture made to be filmed”, 2012 by Charlotte Moth. Light, plywood, controller.

»THE CHARACTER«, 2011 by Candice Breitz.

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»Recalling Frames«, 2010 by David Maljković. Selected film stills from Orson Welles’ movie The Trial (1962) shot in Zagreb, superimposed onto modern-day views of the city and exposed simultaneously.


“Zabiba, The King, The Dragon & Jonathan Earl Bowser Installation (Strike the Empire Back Series)”, 2010 by Michael Rakowitz. Pencil on vellum drawings, Saddam Hussein novels, wood shelves, giclee print.


Installation view of “The Grid System – A Regime”, 2010 by Jess Flood-Paddock and Spartacus Chetwynd.


“Series of successive instants”, 2009 by Sonia Leimer. Wooden construction, DVD, foley pits filled with concrete, brick, laminat (parquet oak), ballast, ceramics (marble), boulder, aluminium.


“The Makes (Out of Desperation)”, 2009 from the series “The Makes” by Eric Baudelaire. Found photographs, pages torn from That Bowling Alley on the Tiber by Michelangelo Antonioni, plexi, steel and fluorescent lighting.


“Gleaming the cube (press kit)”, 2006 by Marius Engh.


»Das Ding«, 2010 by Lindsay Lawson.


“Community” from “In the instant of memory, everything was swirling and dissolving”, 2009 by Christian Mayer. 450 polaroids from the production of the movie “The Mission” (1986, Director: Roland Joffé).

The last scene from »Offret (The Sacrifice)«, 1986 by Andrei Tarkovsky.

»n Just a Blink of an Eye«, 2007 by Xu Zhen.

»Kenedi goes back home«, 2003 by Želimir Žilnik.

“Leap into the void”, 2007 by Jack Falanga. Video still from the movie “Dirty Dancing”.

“To halve or not to have”, 2009 by Markus Hofer and Roman Pfeffer.

Film poster for “On Otto”, 2007 by Tobias Rehberger. Video. Instead of starting with a script, the work of this movie was started with the movie poster.

»/ \« by Damon Zucconi.

»Matt Damon (Near Mint)«, 2007 by Christian Andersson.

“Thinking about Movie-Making”, 1998-2008 by Siegfried Fruhauf.

“Platoon / Manual for Draft-Age Immigrants to Canada”, 2007 by Gareth Long. Video. An intervention into the English subtitles of Oliver Stone’s Platoon. The regular subtitles have been replaced with text from Mark Satin’s 1968 underground besteller Manual for Draft-Age Immigrants to Canada. The manual – a how-to for draft dodgers – sold over 65,000 copies by mail from Toronto and inspired many copies and knock-offs.

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