»Nine Swimming Pools behind Broken Glass«, 2010 by Tanja Lažetić.

»Hot Pot for Kling and Bang«, 2009 by Craig Le Blanc.

»Revolution (Martini Fountain)«, 2010 by Alicia Frankovich.

Excerpt from »Water Pulu 1869 1896«, 1988 by Ivan Ladislav Galeta.

»Our Peers«, 2010 by Lorenzo Bernet and Till Forrer, with Yannic Joray.

»Untitled #229 (at Herb Ritts’)«, 2007 by Jeff Burton.

“Fountain of youth”, 2007 by Simon Rühle. Ground, pool, pump.


»I own a house with a Swimming-Pool«, 2005 by Sofia Goscinski.


»Free Basin«, 2000 by Simparch.


»Skaterbahn«, 1999 by Peter Kogler and Tanja Kogler-Rainer.


“Torrpoolen” (The Drypool) by Markus Degerman.


Still from »Forever«, 2006. Julika Rudelius casts five American women of a certain age for their beauty. They are posing at upscale private swimming pools and reflect on their ideas of beauty, ways to obtain it and it’s relationship with privilege. The video is punctuated by the women taking self-portraits with a polaroid camera.


Still from »Train«, 2001. Julika Rudelius invites a group of young men on the street to be in a video in which they would talk about women and love. During the filming Rudelius leads the conversation through questions (not audible in the video), but without a script.

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A documentary about the Iranians Jewish community in Los Angeles and


“Real Dolls”, silicone dolls made in California. Both projects by Anoush Abrar.


»Le cabinet de psychanalyste«.


»The Staircase«.


»Swimming Pool« by Leandro Erlich.