Opening performance of »What it Does to Your City«, 2012 by Cyprien Gaillard. Video excerpt.


Documentation of »Multiplex«, 22.4. – 25.4. 2010, curated by vvork.com for peer to space, Munich. Works by Paul Chan, Michael Bell-Smith, Timur Si-Qin, Agnieszka Polska, Guthrie Lonergan, Rafael Rozendaal, Constant Dullaart, Charles Broskoski, Joel Holmberg, Kari Altmann, Hayley Silverman, Petra Cortright, Anouk Kruithof, Harm van den Dorpel, Michael Aschauer, Carla Edwards, Damon Zucconi, Laura Brothers, Ken Seeno, Eve Essex, Chris Collins, Matthieu Clainchard, Alex Delany, Brock Davis, Billy Rennekamp, Dena Yago, Jason Lee, Annika Larsson, Manuel Gorkiewicz, Will Rockel and John Michael Boling.

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»Celestograph«, 1894 by August Strindberg.


»Untitled«, 1982 by Jack Goldstein.

»LANDREFORM Carousel«, 2008, by Matthias Einhoff, Philip Horst, Markus Lohmann, Harry Sachs and Daniel Seiple. Eight BMWs drive in a slow perfect circle, “This Land Is Your Land” by Woody Guthrie is playing on their radios – remixed for an amusement ride sensation. The cars, roped together like a carousel, circle like an auto display or western wagon train. Every couple rounds the drivers systematically stopp to pick-up and drop-off spectators and riders. Just before dusk, a fire is lit inside the circle.

»Orbite Rosse (Red Orbits)«, 2009 by Grazia Toderi.

“All the Dead Stars” by Katie Paterson. A map documenting the locations of just under 27,000 dead stars – all that have been recorded and observed by humankind – from data supplied by astronomers, supernova hunters, and astro-physicists.

“Everything You Rearranged/Everything You Left The Same (The Branch)”, 2008 and “Everything You Rearranged/Everything You Left The Same (The Car)”, 2008 by Alexandra Navratil.

“N-1 #1”, 2007 by Andrea Galvani.

»Public Water Closet«, 1998 by Adrian Blackwell.

“Marble and Blood”, 2007 by Chen Wei.


»Projections«, 2003 by Michael Günzburger.

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»Saturation«, 2006 by Chen Xiaoyun.


“Dérives” by Luc Mattenberger.


»La Scala«, 1993, designed for the theatre De Meerse in Hoofddorp. The work was named after the famous theatre in Milan. The origin of this work lies in language. La scala literally means ladder: the object placed on the roof of the theatre is a ladder of words. But the French word for ladder, l’echelle, also means ‘scale’ – the proportions of a map. This meaning evokes an idea of perspective: things that become smaller, vanishing into infinity. So doing, the ladder has been distorted and the perspective lines disappearing into the vanishing point have been emphasised. By Martine Neddam.


»Devils Tower Satelite«, 2005 (mobile sculpture) by Loris Gréaud.


»Untitled (Uniform Density Star Field)«, 2006, (an artificially created, uniform distribution of stars) by Damon Zucconi.


“Urban Echo” by Christopher Baker, Laura Baker and J. Anthony Allen.


»Koban« (documentation of Japanese police boxes) by Adrien Missika & Louis-Cyprien Rials.


Series »The Park«, 1971-1973. Photographs taken at night (using infrared film) in a park in Shinjuku of couples engaged in sexual activity and the peeping toms stalking them. By Kohei Yoshiyuki.

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