Monthly Archives: January 2012

Sven Fritz

‘Gastroliths’ (2011) by Sven Fritz

‘Gastroliths’ is a collection of 1088 pictures of pebbles from the stomach of one capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus), a large bird living in old pineforests situated in rocky territory. Most herbivorous birds eat stones to help grind their food.

Ewerdt Hilgemann

‘Random sculptures’ (1980) by Ewerdt Hilgemann.

Seen in the exhibition Out of Control_ in Nest, The Hague (NL).

Alicja Kwade

‘Berliner Bordsteinjuwelen’ (2007) by Alicja Kwade

Cut and polished found stones.


Henrik Menné

Henrik Menné, ‘Stone and stone’ (2007)

Gabriel Kuri

‘Three Arrested Clouds’ (2010) by Gabriel Kuri

Two rocks and three pairs of balled socks.

Nicole Wermers

‘Rockdispenser’ (2010), by Nicole Wermers

Liz Glynn

‘On the Museum’s Ruin (Morris – Hunt – Corbusier – Piano)’ (2010) by Liz Glynn

Created at the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, designed by le Corbusier, during the renovation of the Fogg Museum of Art, initially designed by William Morris Hunt, with renovation by Renzo Piano.  The chairs were cast based on Le Corbusier’s iconic LC2 design using rubble from the museum renovation.

Roy Lichtenstein

‘Like new’ (1962) by Roy Lichtenstein

Monika Sosnowska

‘Balustrade’ (2010) by Monika Sosnowska

Graham Hudson

Untitled, by Graham Hudson