Monthly Archives: March 2012


Amanda Ross-Ho

Amanda Ross-Ho, ‘Paintings to disguise a set of architectural elements’ (2011


Michael Coombs

Michael Coombs, ‘Abandoned’ (2001)


Niek Kemps

Niek Kemps, Untitled (1982)


Manfred Pernice

Manfred Pernice, ‘Wolfenbüttel’ (2004)


Cyprien Gaillard

‘Dunepark’ (2009) by Cyprien Gaillard

Gaillard uncovered a World War II bunker buried in a hill in The Hague.


Timm Ulrichs

Timm Ulrichs, ‘Auf der Unterseite der Erdoberflaeche (Kopfstehendes Hohlkoerper-Denkmal II)’ (‘On the bottom of the earth’s surface (Hollow body monument standing upside down II)’)


Bronzethieves

A sculpture in a park in Deventer was cut off at the ankles by bronzethieves.

The original.


Kathrin Schlegel

Kathrin Schlegel, ‘Bitte nicht wieder klauen’ (‘Please don’t steal again’) (2011)

Work for an existing pedestal whose sculpture had been stolen. This original was a figurative bronze sculpture by Jan Spiering that showed two figures playing with a ball. The work is based on the “absent presence” of the ball as a relic of Spiering’s work, which is realized on the abandoned pedestal in the form of a classic magic trick: the “floating ball under a cloth”.


Manuel Palou

Manuel Palou, ’5 Million Dollars 1 Terrabyte’ (2011)

A 1 TB Black External Hard Drive containing $5,000,000 worth of illegally downloaded files. A full list of the files with clickable download links can be found here.