“Don’t steal my Mercedes Benz bicycle”, 2007 by Rainer Ganahl.

From the series “Security Barriers A-L“, 2008 by Bani Abidi.

“0621100184”, 2006 from the ongoing series “Colorium” by Rivkah Young.


“Cleveland, OH”, 2003 from the series “Copia/Retail” by Brian Ulrich.


»Power From Nature«, 2005 by Marjetica Potrč . Installation of self-sustainable technologies (solar panels and a hybrid wind turbine) at the rural community of the Barefoot College in Rajasthan and the Catherine Ferguson Academy, a high school for teenage mothers in Detroit.


Supergas” by Superflex. In 1997, Superflex installed and tested the first Superflex biogas system. The experiment was carried out at a small farm in central Tanzania, in co-operation with the African organisation SURUDE (Sustainable Rural Development). The plant produces approx. 3 cubic metres of gas per day from the dung from 2-3 cattle. This is enough for a family of 8-10 members for cooking purposes and to run one gas lamp in the evening.


»Flolowing the example of Fengyang, and striving to remove the label of poverty«, 2004 by Jin Shan.


Still from »Burghers of Seoul« by Adad Hannah.

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»Raft of the Medusa«, 2007 by the bruce high quality foundation.


»URL demo«, 2008 by Jodi.


“Synthetics”, 2007 (Aluminium, concrete, saw dust, beach towel, nylon, radio) and


“Fire Storms”, 2007 (Sunglasses lenses, ballchain, screw, paint) by Magali Reus.


»copy / past / time shift« from 2006 by Wouter Huis. Video footage recorded in the afternoon is projected on the same surface at night.


In the intervention »Trial-Living in Slubfurt«, the loggia at the Place of Heroes in Slubfurt* is directed westward. Folding-stools, table and grill-ton are ready to use. Interested parties are given a key to gain access to the loggia nearby the monument against Fascism. The walls are painted in the prefered colour of the temporary user (*Slubfurt is an artificial word, a combination of Slub(ice, Poland) and (Frank)furt at the river Oder).


In the intervention »Pulheim Castling« two square areas (5×5 meters) are selected. One is located in front of the Pulheim high school. The other is located in front of the abbey in the district of Brauweiler, a distance of 5 kilometres. With the help of a professional archaeologist the sites are measured, meticulously documented and then their locations are exchanged. Road surfacing, grass, asphalt, bicycle stands, a piece of fence and garbage bins change location. The cobblestones and their white marking lines are clasped in a steel girder for transport. They are carefully re-aligned in their new location.


The portable park bench »TRASBA« was designed with two configurations in mind. In it’s furniture-configuration the TRASBA provides seating space for up to 6 persons. In it’s mobile configuration it rests on the shoulders of one strong carrier-person. It can be moved effortlessly over several kilometres. All projects by Christian Hasucha.


In »Cop Talk« (2005/2006), representatives from national police forces are invited to give presentations at art academies in Europe, illustrating the opportunities within such a career and encouraging students to join up. For a country to have an effective police force, its constituent employees should reflect the demographics of its society. It is perhaps inevitable that members of arts communities are under-represented in the nations policing and this presentation is an attempt to address this situation and to begin to reverse this bias. Project initiated by Chris Evans.


Work in progress, The Woods, Self Portrait 1997 by Chloe Piene.


Fought Bill Gates in Guigu, USA, in May.


Fought Annan in New York, USA in Feb. By Xu Zhen.


Bosozoku, Yakuza, Street Gangs by Leon Borensztein.


National Auto Mobile by Mahmoud Bakhshi Moakhar.


The exhibition Das grosse Stilleben (The Big Still Life) by Klaus Littmann features a department store in Mugron in southern France that has survived largely intact some 30 years after it was closed. »Das grosse Stilleben« is authentic to the minutest detail. Only a few perishable goods were newly added; everything else originates from the department store in Mugron. Here, the installation heeds the words of Andy Warhol, who remarked in 1985: »Lock up a department store today, open the door after a hundred years and you will have a Museum of Modern Art.«

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Pornogobelin, project by Martin Bricelj.