Tue Greenfort

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‘PET-Flasche’ (2008) by Tue Greenfort.

“Producing 1 kilogram of PET plastic requires 17,5 kilograms of water and results in air emissions of 40 grams of hydrocarbons, 25 grams of sulphur oxides, 18 grams of carbon Monoxide, 20 grams dioxide. In terms of water use alone, much more is consumed in making the bottles than will ever go into them.”


Navid Nuur

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Navid Nuur, ‘Wiki Table’ (2012-2013)

Metal, marble, magnet, mirror, hot-water bottle, vitamin D, medallion, aluminum wire, linking ring.


Gronk

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Gronk, ‘Twins’ (1976)

Interview in BOMB magazine


Andrea Büttner

'Corner', 2013, by Andrea Buettner

‘Corner’ (2013) by Andrea Büttner


René Daniëls

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René Daniëls, ‘De donkere Kamer’ (The dark Room) (1986)


Cory Arcangel

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‘Two Keystoned Projectors (one upside down)’ (2007) by Cory Arcangel


Kari Altmann

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‘Constellation (for Netmares)’ (2009) by Kari Altmann.

Recording of a day’s worth of clicks on a screen.


Susan Hiller

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Susan Hiller‘s installation ‘Channels’ at Matt’s Gallery, London (2013)

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In ‘Channels’, Hiller uses audio accounts in many languages from people who believe they have experienced death as the raw materials for her new work. Vivid stories of those who believe they have died and returned to tell the tale constitute a remarkable contemporary archive, whether the accounts are regarded as metaphors, misperceptions, myths, delusions or truth.


Paul Sandby

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Paul Sandby, ‘The Meteor of August 18, 1783, as seen from the East Angle of the North Terrace, Windsor Castle’ (1783)


Daniel Gustav Cramer

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‘Ghosts’ (2010) by Daniel Gustav Cramer.

Seventy books form this archive of evidences of paranormal encounters gathered and registered by Darren Mann, head of the Paranormal Database UK. The sources include people´s descriptions, historic accounts and hearsay. The books contain around 10.000 records from all areas of the UK. The descriptions include poltergeists, dwarfs, headless knights on horses, lonesome ships, etc.