Ruth Ewan

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Ruth Ewan, ‘We Could Have Been Anything That We Wanted To Be’, Folkestone Triennial (2011)

On 5 October 1793 the recently formed Republic of France abandoned the Gregorian calendar in favour of an entirely new model, the French Republican Calendar, which became the official calendar of France for 13 years. Each day of the Republican Calendar was made up of 10 hours. Each hour was divided into 100 minutes and each minute into 100 seconds. Inspired by this historical model, Ewan created new clocks and altered existing ones around the town of Folkestone, Kent to tell decimal time.


Félix González-Torres

Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Untitled (Perfect Lovers), 1987-1990

Félix González-Torres, untitled (Perfect Lovers) (1987-1990)


Richard Wentworth

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Richard Wentworth, ‘Yellow Eight’ (1985)


Janine Antoni

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Janine Antoni, ‘Mom and Dad’ (1994)


Hans-Peter Feldmann

 

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Hans-Peter Feldmann, untitled.


Kurt Kranz

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Kurt Kranz, ‘Augenreihe’ (1931)


Walker Evans

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Walker Evans, ‘Labor Anonymous’ (1946)

Walker Evans: the magazine work (2014) by David Campany traces Walker Evans’ work as a jurnalist in avant-garde publications as well as mainstream titles such as Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, Architectural Forum, Life and Fortune.


Giny Vos

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Giny Vos, ‘Work to do’ (1985)

Intervention on the lighting scheme of the Europoint towers in Rotterdam.


Superstudio

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‘The Continuous Monument: On the River, project, Perspective’ (1969)

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‘The Continuous Monument: On the Rocky Coast, project, Perspective’ (1969)

by Superstudio.


Beth Collar

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Beth Collar, ‘The Island of the Dead’, still from digital video

watch here : https://vimeo.com/98592174