“The Open Tool Shelter”, 1991/2006 by Clegg & Guttmann. Fornica, tools.

Performance “Elektro Fleischmann”, 2010 by Salvatore Viviano. Video.

“Bananaspilt”, 2010 by Christoph Meier in collaboration with Søren Engsted.

“Test Room Containing Multiple Stimuli Known to Elicit Curiosity and Manipulatory Responses,” 2001 by Mike Kelley.

“Passing through the rubber band”, 2000 by Shimabuku.

Running Lecture, 2010 by Ahmet Öğüt.


“Maison-Tableau”, 2008 by Véronique Joumard. Wood, chalkboard paint.


The Nature of the Beast“, 2009 by Goshka Macuga.


“Rietveld’s monster in 10 parts”, 2010 by Ryan Gander.


“Rotary Psycho-Opticon”, 2008 by Rodney Graham. Silk-screened aluminium, plastic panels, aluminium, steel, leather, rubber.


“Please water the plant and feed the fish”, 2008 by Juliette Blightman.


“Kissing through Glass”, 2007 by Jiří Kovanda.

“Volksshoeshinemachine”, 2008 by Leopold Kessler. Shoe shine machines. Installation view in Tuileries Garden, Paris.

“To See And To Feel”, 1996 by Gintaras Makarevicius. Metal, glass, gas.

“Redoubt: the Old Therapeutic Institution”, 2006 by Ashok Sukumaran.

My life is an interactive fiction II“, 2009 by Gregory Chatonsky. In a performative action, the artist turns his private life into an interactive fiction: Before any decision he has to make, Chatonsky sends his options to the exhibition’s computer and waits until a visitor decides for him, and he will do what he is told.

“Untitled (DJ Requests)”, 2007 and

“Le Confort Moderne”, 2008 (exhibition view) by Brian DeGraw.

»The Leap Of Faith«, 2006 (dvd, poster, jackets, magnets, metals) by Ana Prvacki.


»Tourist Spiral«, 2003 by Franz Höfner & Harry Sachs.


“Battlefield #29/Welcome”, 2007


“Battlefield #37/Focus”, 2008. Living sculpture, 20 persons as viewer/audience stand up from 12-20h. The real viewer join the group and belong to the sculpture.


“Real time keyword”, 2007. A LED screen prompting text generated by the Lycos Voyeur site that is able to display, in real time, all the keywords typed by people searching the web through Lycos search engine. Projects by Jérôme Leuba.

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