Book Exchange“, 2010 by Warren Neidich.

»V«, 2009 by Claude Closky.

»Public Work 1«, 2009 by Nicolas Deshayes.

“The Wealth of Nations: an attempt to remove every copy from every Glasgow library”, 2010 by Katie McCain.

»CAN`T UNDO«, 2008 by Tomáš Džadoň.

»Listening Station«, 2008 by Tyler Adams.

»Billboard 01«, 1991 by Gerwald Rockenschaub. Rockenschaub based his work on the modular system used by the poster company gewista, whereby each large-format poster is made up of 8–72 standard format sheets. He had these sheets printed in monochrome in seven industrial norm colours from which he made forty colourful combinations which could be independently selected on the spot by whoever was putting up the poster.

»Growing House«, 2004 by Bert Theis.

»Carrara Snowman«, 2009 by Helmut Smits.

»Sand Sculpture«, 2008 by Olaf Breuning.

»In Landscape with the fall of Icarus«, 2011 by Wilfredo Prieto.

Group of four concrete statues by Carl Nesjar from metal cutouts by Pablo Picasso (after Manet’s painting “Dejeuner sur l’Herbe”) in garden of Museum of Modern Art, Stockholm.


»Es ist nur eine Frage der Zeit«, 1992 by Felix Gonzalez-Torres.

»Over and Over«, 2008 by Kateřina Šedá.

»Untitled«, 2002 by Eva Schlegel.

»Arcoiris Invertido«, 2010 by Stefan Benchoam in collaboration with Radamés Juni Figueroa and Chemi Rosado.


»Niki Quester«, 2009 a sheet of marble lodged in the branches of an oak. By Oscar Tuazon.

»STAIRCASE«, 2007 by Kevin Van Braak.

»Picnoleptic City: hysterical time«, 1997 by Knut Asdam.


“Freeze”, 2003 by Nevin Aladag.

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