“Le menuet”, 2012 by Daniel Dewar & Grégory Gicquel.

Education”, 2011 by Harmen de Hoop.

Stones to throw”, 2011 by Ahmet Öğüt.

Journée des Barricades”, 2008 by Heather and Ivan Morison. Various industrial and domestic items.

Kuh”, 2012 by Superflex.

“Untitled”, 2012 by Manuel Gorkiewicz. Steel, plastic foil.

“Neon Traces”, 2009 by Anton Ginzburg.

»Street Money 2«, 2011. Money found in public spaces in London, over the course of one year, by Carla Cruz.

“2-Dimensional Mirror Mobile”, 2011 by Jeppe Hein. Stainless steel plate, mirrors.

The Kiss“, 2007/2010 by Maria Anwander. French kiss on wall and museum label.

Tourner en ovale“, 2009 by Regis Perray.

“Axis of Silence”, 2009 by Sislej Xhafa. Black neon light.

Performance “Door Policy, or Biting the Hand that Feeds Me, 2010 by Marlene Haring.

La Maîtresse de la Tour Eiffel“, 2009 by Michel de Broin. Mirror ball, 1000 mirrors, 7.5 meters in diameter.

TAPP und TASTKINO (Tap and Touch Cinema)“, 1968 by VALIE EXPORT.

»You Am I Am You«, 2008 (dog collars for stray dogs around the campus of Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok) by Otto Berchem.

»CAN`T UNDO«, 2008 by Tomáš Džadoň.

»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.

“Locked in Presence”, 2000/2002 by Manfred Erjautz. Marble, aluminum, stainless steel.

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